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The Making of Kosher Cheese

Moshe Vogel of Natural & Kosher reveals where he learned about cheese and what it takes to make Cholov Yisroel. Full Story

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Yonatan
March 18, 2012 7:41 am

to “Me too” who claims he/she had to kasher a lot of keilim. What nonsense! Cholov Stam cheese is not treife, there is no need for kashering keilim if used. Learn the halocho before you post such nonsense!

Love this product, but must agree about packaging
December 6, 2010 1:54 am

I love Natural and Kosher, especially b/c they avoid growth hormones. The other companies say “no injected hormones” but N&K say RBST-free. I hate the idea of giving our children growth hormones, from what I read about their dangers. I must agree about the labelling, though. I also was misled by the packaging — I was in a rush and what I had looked an awful lot like the cholov Yisroel product. It was a horrible feeling to find that after so many years of going out of my way to eat Cholov Yisroel that I had eaten the wrong… Read more »

Surprised this lady is French
April 24, 2010 3:57 am

After having had kosher cheese in France, I am surprised to find out that the manufacturer of this product is French. American cheese tastes like salty soap compared to what real cheese tastes like.

It is a BIG Michshol
April 21, 2010 5:16 pm
Sam the Internet Troll
April 21, 2010 2:25 am

Making cheese for people “looking for culinary experiences!?” That basically flies in face of all of Chassidus and Judaism as Chassidim know it. How can he say that with a straight face ….

Me too
April 20, 2010 11:56 pm

It was intresting for me to se this discussion. I too bought the cholov stam cheese by mistake. I had to kasher a lot of keilim. I thought I was the only one. Please change packaging.

Whats wrong with people???
April 20, 2010 12:25 pm

When a person makes a purchase of cheese they have to LOOK at the label. The Cholov Yisroel Label is red and black. The other one isnt. IF u can be nichshol, Chas Veshalom,, then I am afraid to find out what else you can be nichshol on, because that means u r not LOOKING at what you buy,, u r assuming, and we know what assume stands for.

Chani Vogel
April 20, 2010 11:24 am

Thanks for your compliments on the taste of Natural and Kosher cheeses. I want to clarify a few things said by commenters. 1) Natural and Kosher cheeses are ALL NATURAL. There are no preservatives or yeast inhibitors in our cheeses. We pay special attention to the fact that our packaging is superior, and we are meticulous about the plants cleanliness, those are the only reasons our cheeses dont mold. 2) Our labels cholov yisroel labels and our cholov stam lables do indeed have our signature squares down the side, but Cholov Yisroel labels all have a red wax seal. The… Read more »

I agree.
April 20, 2010 11:16 am

I also made the mistake and bought it at my local supermarket because I remembered “seeing it” in the frum stores.

to #4 in the know
April 20, 2010 10:02 am

Why don’t you read your own comment? “they are not axactly the same”!!!! I am saying that after they found out that many people were nichsol, they should make a few more little changes. I am also in the know (from a person who heard it from ok) that the company is trying to keep the flow of identity between the two brands. I am not choished Ch”V that the intention is to be machsil people. I justthinkthat OK has to push the comapny more to make clear differences between the two brands.

to #4
April 20, 2010 9:55 am

even if they are not exactly the same, they may still confuse the buyer, take in consideration what #2 said in any case

in the know
April 20, 2010 9:31 am

if you look at the packages they are not exactly the same

Consumer
April 20, 2010 7:53 am

Try Chevington from the UK (available in Benz’s.) Unbelievable cheese.

please remove the michsol
April 20, 2010 4:46 am

thier cholov yisrael and cholov stam products have similar design elements that makes it very confusing. It was brought to their attention and nothing changed. The main similarity is the fact that they have a line of square boxes, each containing a fact about the cheese. these boxes include icons for various health benifits as well as a box for the ok hechsher. The difference is that the cholov yisral one has an additionl box that says that it is cholov yisral. They should either write bythe ok non cholov yisrael, or remove the symbol of ok from that line… Read more »

yummy cheese
April 20, 2010 3:06 am

They make delicious cheese sold at costco. It doesn’t mold because they contain mold inhibitors or other preserves.

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