Calcium Chloride - Liquid

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Calcium chloride can be used to help you milk coagulate better when making homemade cheese. Can be used on overheated, goat's milk or pasteurized milk. Add calcium chloride when adding rennet during the cheesemaking process.

About This Product



When making cheese at home with store bought pastuerized milk (as opposed to raw milk), Calcium Chloride is used to help your milk coagulate more effectively to better curd production.

note - we do not recommend using 'ULTRA' Pasteurized milk for making cheese; however store bought pasteurized milk will work great for cheese making when adding Calcium Chloride.

You may also need to use calcium chloride when using goat's milk.


Calcium chloride is added prior to adding your rennet. 

Our Calcium Chloride is mixed at a 32-33% concentration.

Four convenient sizes

  • 1 oz. (29.5 ml)
  • 4 oz. (118 ml)
  • 8 oz .(236 ml)
  • 16 oz. (.43 liter)


Use just before adding rennet. 

¼ tsp. (1.2ml) per 1-2 gal. of milk. 

1/2 tsp per 3-5 gal of milk


Kosher Certified


Shipping included within the 50 United States




What Our Customers Say

  • 5
    Calcium Chloride

    Posted by Martha Hass on 18th Nov 2021

    Worked great! Made Feta.

  • 5
    Calcium chloride

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Feb 2021

    It’s easy to measure even the tiny amount needed because it s very viscous

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Feb 2018

    Very good product

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2018

    Even though this is the first time I make cheese, it went very well.

  • 5
    Sets Goat Milk

    Posted by Timothy Conner on 5th Dec 2017

    Helps set goat milk

  • 5
    Good product

    Posted by Amir on 29th Oct 2017

    Very good product. I used it to make feta cheese.

  • 5
    What do I know!

    Posted by Rooky on 26th Jan 2017

    Just a beginner , really not experienced enough to help much. Seem work . If The Cheese Marker said I need it then I need it.

  • 5
    Good product

    Posted by Maggie on 25th Mar 2015

    It works very well with supermarket milk of any brand