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Slow starter culture Primal SK soft | for dried sausages

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Van Hees – Primal SK Soft is a slow working starter culture. Best suited for slow fermentation of Southern-european or Northern-european sausages. Very mild acification. Also very suitable to be used with GDL Sale: best before 19-04-2022.

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What are starter cultures for sausages?

Starter cultures are freeze-dried bacteria that you use in making your own dry sausages such as chorizo, fuet, salami and countless other dry sausages. They provide safety by acidifying your meat (i.e. lowering the pH) and they give your sausages their distinctive cured and ripened flavor. You always use them together with nitrite salt (curing salt), dextrose and sometimes nitrates. They roughly come in 3 variants: fast, medium fast and slow. Slow starter culture Van Hees – Primal SK soft is a slow fast type of starter culture.

About slow starter culture Van Hees – Primal SK Soft

Van Hees – Primal SK Soft is a slow working starter culture. Best suited for slow fermentation of Southern-european or Northern-european sausages. Very mild acification. Also very suitable to be used with GDL

Contents

  • 25 grams suitable for 50 kg of meat
  • Store in the freezer, however, short disruptions of freezing will not influence the quality
  • Microbes: S. carnosus
  • Although microbiologically different in composition, it can be used as as substitute of Bactoferm T-SPX

How to use Van Hees – Primal SK Soft

  • Always combine with curing salt and dextrose
  • Can also be combines with GDL.
  • Fermentation: approximately 72 hours @ 20 °C or by lowering the temperature from 22 to 18 °C over 5 days.

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