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  • Saltpeter / potassium nitrate is used as a preservative to prevent color loss in meat. It is converted into nitrite inside of your sausage. Can be used as a substitute for cure #2.
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  • Calcium ensures that essential components of milk can clump together into cheese. Without calcium chloride, you cannot make cheese from pasteurised milk.
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  • Although there is nothing wrong with microbial rennet, nothing beats real animal rennet in cheese making.
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  • Lactoferm mesophilic cheese ferment
    A starter culture consists of various lactic acid bacteria that convert milk sugars (lactose) into lactic acid. So your milk becomes more acidic. They thus influence the taste, smell, texture and shelf life of your cheese.
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    Vegan plantbased rennet

    10,99
    No cheese without rennet. Rennet is a binding agent that causes milk to curdle. This rennet is made from plants.
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    Penicillium candidum (camemberti) is a well know white mold characteristic of cheeses such as camembert and brie. This culture is enough for 100 liters of milk.  
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    This soft cheese mesophilic- thermophilic starter culture is particularly suited mold ripened cheese such as Camembert, Brie, Roquefort, Gorgonzola and others.
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    White cheese mold – Geotrichum candidum

    11,99
    White cheese mold - Geotrichum candidum is a white or grey mold that is often used as a supporting, but important, mold in both white mold cheeses and smear ripened cheesessuch as Camembert, Saint-Nectaire, Reblochon and others.
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  • Citric acid has many applications. It is widely used in the cheese production, among other things to easily make mozzarella yourself and in the preparation of vegan cheeses.
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    Blue cheese mold - Penicillium roqueforti is a blue mold typical of cheeses such as Roquefort, Danish Blue en Stilton  and gorgonzola. This culture is enough for about 100L of milk.
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    Feta cheese starter culture

    12,00 9,99
    Bulgarian Siren is a type of hard white cheese. It is very similar to feta cheese, but has a sharper taste and the most delicious aroma that you can imagine thanks to the presence of lactobacillus bulgaricus lactic acid bacteria.
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    Lipase for spicy Italian cheese making

    5,99
    Lipase is used in home cheese making of long and medium-ripening cheeses, where a more aromatic "spicy" flavor is required, like Italian cheeses, as well as some feta and blue cheeses.
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  • Microbial rennet powder

    7,99
    No cheese without rennet. Rennet is a binding agent that causes milk to curdle. This very potent rennet is microbial, so you can make cheese that -unlike most cheeses- is truely vegetarian.
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    Brevibacterium linens is characteristic of smear ripened cheeses such as muenster and epoisses.
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    This mesophilic cheese starter culture is particularly suited for pressed semi hard and hard cow and goat cheeses such as Gouda and Cheddar. It's also great for making your own butter. It can also be used for soft cheeses.
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    This allround thermophilic cheese starter culture is particularly suited for semi hard and hard cow and goat cheeses: Parmesan, Provolone, Romano, Swiss, Gruyere, and other Italian style cheeses, which require higher temperature ranges. It can also be used for Mozarella or pasta-filata.
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    Propionibacterium shermanii is gas forming cheese bacterium. This culture is enough for 100 liters of milk. It produces a large amount of CO2 and is therefore responsible for large holes, but also for a nutty and sweet flavor such as in Emmenthaler cheeses and Leerdammer and Maasdam cheese.
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    Kashkaval is a cheese that is eaten in Bulgaria, but also in the rest of the Balkans up to Israel. It is somewhat similar to cheddar but has a very specific taste and a great aroma thanks to the presence of lactobacillus bulgaricu
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