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Thermophilic (DS) 5 packets

Thermophilic (DS) 5 packets (C201)

4.79 stars, based on 28 reviews
Used to make Mozzarella, Parmesan, Provolone, Romano, Swiss, Gruyere, and other Italian style cheeses, which grow in higher temperature ranges. This culture is added directly to your milk and takes all the muss and fuss out of the culturing...
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Reliable

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From: Lawrence, Kansas
We use these cultures all the time. They keep well in the freezer and we've always had great results.

The culture for thermophilic cheeses

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From: St. Louis, MO USA
<p>A nice large package of the standard culture for thermophilic high-temperature cheeses such as mozzarella, Vacho Toscano, gruyere and other Alpine cheeses. It is also used in manchego, even though that is made just like gouda cheese, at moderate temperatures.</p>

Thermophilic (DS)

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From: Hungary
Greetings from Hungary!

Italian-style cheese is an excellent choice! I am very glad that I came across this website. Thanks for the Delivery of fast and precise.

Thermophilic (DS) 5 packets (C201)

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From: Tucson
Excellent product and very good results and affordable price.

Thermophilic C201 covers hard cheese base

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From: CT
<p>I used C201 with Flora Danica to make fourme d'ambert, an impressive blue cheese that wows a party and even turns blue sceptics into fans. It also works well for gruyere.</p>

Thermophillic Direct Set

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From: Virginia
These cultures are great because they are fool proof. Unlike the regular culture which makes a large batch, each of these little packets will get you a batch of cheese. The cultures are very active and dependable, just the thing for getting your Italian cheeses going.

worked great

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I used it to make poutine cheese curds and it worked great.

Works every Time!

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Keep this product in the freezer and it should last a long time.

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