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Mesophilic (DS) 5 packets

Mesophilic (DS) 5 packets (C101)

4.92 stars, based on 83 reviews
Used in making a variety of hard, moderate temperature loving cheeses including Cheddar, Monterey Jack, Stilton, Edam, Gouda, Muenster, Blue, and Colby. This culture is added directly to your milk and takes all the muss and fuss out of the...
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great product

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<p>Easy to use! When buying in bulk, this price is unbeatable. I use it to make cheddar, farmhouse cheese, and a good creamy cheddar spread when I don't press the moisture out. I love the quality and variety of the cheese I make with this product.</p>

Great product

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  • already measured
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  • very small quantities
From: maryland
I like the ease to just use the small portions but I would like to be able to buy this in bulk rather.

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From: Lawrence, Kansas
We use this culture almost weekly. Our results have always been fantastic.

Great start!

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I made my first hard cheese....Farmhouse Cheddar. The starter packets made that step easy!

Great stuff.

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From: Lawrence, Kansas
<p>We use this all the time and it works great for us!</p>

Great taste...

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From: Hungary
Universal culture, lots of style cheese can be used. There must always be in the freezer. Great taste, pleasant texture.

Great!

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From: Malaysia
Made a feta-style cheese with this culture. Results were perfect. Recommended.

interesting flavor

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From: Gelendzhik / Russian Federation
Good afternoon! My name is Anna.



This is a very good starter direct inoculation in milk, excellent flavor. very easy to understand and very convenient to use bags for cheese. My cheese Philadelphia turned out just wonderful, soft texture cheese just melted on the tongue, causing a pleasant sensation of pleasure Philadelphia cheese.



Thanks ety leaven - I made cheese "Jack home." instead of rennet, I add an organic vegetable rennet in all cheeses. Jack was very cool, then rubbed it with a mixture of cocoa, coffee and pepper. The result was a delicious rich flavor with hints of nutty flavor.



Thank you for a great product.

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From: iowa
<p>Cheese making can be an expensive hobby, but being able to reculture saves me a lot of money. I buy one packet of meso and thermo at the start of each cheese making season, and reculture until the next year</p>

Make sure to have some

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From: Alexandria
I usually use a cup of plain yogurt as a starter , but I keep this culture in my freezer just in case when I do not have yogurt.

Makes Great Colby

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We mostly use this when making colby. Works great!

Mesophilic

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My husband and I are new to cheese making. The starter worked just like the recipe said it would.

Mesophilic (DS) 5 packets

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From: Missouri
The last time I bought this, I bought the 12 packages and saved a bundle of money! I love the price and the fast shipping provided by New England Cheese Making.

Mesophilic (DS) 5 packets

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From: Tucson
Excellent product ready to use

Mesophilic C101: indispensable

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  • versatility
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From: CT
<p>C101 is one of those basics a home cheesemaker can't work without. I have used it in combination with other cultures to make brie and camembert, even Iberico and tomme.</p>

Mesophilic culture

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I have been making goat milk chevre with this culture and I can't even say how much we love it. And it's so easy.

Mesophilic culture

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From: Four Oaks, NC
I can't keep this stuff in my freezer! If you make as much goat cheese as I do, its best to buy in bulk. I'm switching to bulk so I don't keep running out of the individual packets.

Mesophilic Direct Set C01 Making Buttermilk

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From: Columbus, MS
I use this starter to make delicious buttermilk. I use 1/8 teaspoon per quart of milk to make buttermilk. My husband prefers the taste, thickness of this starter for his buttermilk over the traditional Buttermilk starter. Thank you and greatly appreciate your company for providing a wide variety of products

Mesophilic packets

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From: St. Peters
Easy to use, very fast shipping. I have made colby and gouda with this culture and both turned out great.

Mesophilic Starter Culture

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From: Vermont
<p>This little packet make cheesemaking so easy and worry free. I will continue to purchase this as long as I'm making cheese.</p>

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