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White cheese mold | Penicillium candidum (camemberti)

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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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Description

What is white cheese mold – Penicillium candidum ?

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. It will result in a white mold on cheese surface, proteolisys and lipolysis of the cheese and protection again contaminant molds. The surface mold influences the ripening, causing the cheese to ripen from the outside to the inside. In semi-ripe cheeses treated with penicillium camemberti, the pâte just below the crust is soft and creamy and the interior is still firm. More on Penicillium candidum on wikipedia.

Content

  • 10 grams, enough for 100 L of milk
  • Contents: starter cultures
  • The product does not contain any genetically modified microorganisms
  • Allergens: milk
  • Not suitable for vegan cheese, but please check out our vegan Penicillium candidum

Micro-organisms

Penicillium candidum (camemberti)

Characteristics

Optimum temperature for growth: 28 – 32 °C
Maximum temperature of heating: 36 °C
Gas production: ++
Proteolytic activity: ++++
Fermenting activity: –

Combine white cheese mold – Penicillium candidum  with:

This culture has to be used in with a mesophilic acidifying cheese starter culture such as our all round mesophilic starter culture or MST. Often it is combined with Geotrichum candidum as well.

Looking for vegan cheese cultures?

This mold contains milk. If you want to make vegan cheese, check out our large selection of vegan cheese molds and cultures.

Storage instructions

In the fridge or freezer. Shelf life is approximately 1,5 years in the freezer  or 12 months at +5ºC.

How do you use this culture?

This is a Direct Vat Inoculation (DVI) culture, meaning you can add the starter straight from the freezer to the milk. Or it can be dissolved in water and sprayed on your cheese

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