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Blue Cheese Making Culture/Mold/Rennet

  • One Time Use Packets
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$9.97
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Product Description

This product includes four packet-sets of cultures/molds and rennet**.  The inoculants are freeze-dried direct set/DVI-Direct Vat Innoculation which means no need to make a starter culture. The inoculants can be used directly on the milk surface. It is best to allow the dry rennet to dissolve in a small amount of clean water 10 minutes prior to placing into the milk.

 

Includes four Blue cheese packets: Four packets of culture/mold/rennet. Blue cheese: one packet will make two Blue cheeses using two gallons of milk. 

 

These packets are premeasured and easy to use. If you make these cheeses often, you will save money purchasing/using the individual items in the packets listed above.  Or purchase the culture/mold/rennet/calcium chloride for Blue cheese.  

 

**Mesophilic MM100 series or MA11 series,  Penicillium Roqueforti(blue cheese) and Organic Dry Calf rennet powder.

  

Shipping included within the United States.  International orders, please add $2.00 at checkout for postage.


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  1. Great blue cheese 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2016

    My latest batch is almost ready to take out of the molds. The last several cheeses were great and most everyone liked them. Not a very strong blue. Maybe additional aging will bring out a stronger flavor. But it's hard to wait! Will be making more in the coming weeks to keep a steady supply at the ready. It's not all that much work either.





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