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Chevre (DS) 5 packets

Chevre (DS) 5 packets (C20G)

4.97 stars, based on 38 reviews
A rich and creamy tasting fresh cheese from your goats milk. CULTURE INCLUDES: lactose, (LL) lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis, (LLC) lactococcus lactis subsp. cremoris, (LLD) lactococcus lactis subsp. biovar diacetylactis, microbial coagulant...
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This is an essential that I keep in the freezer at all times. It is always reliable and so very easy to make!

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This makes a great tasting cheese. I would consider myself a beginner at cheesemaking. I use powdered goat milk and lavender. It is a big hit with family and coworkers.

Absolute favorite!

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From: Highland, UT
I've been making cheese for about 10 years and this is my favorite easy to make cheese! I've tried other recipes for Chevre, this starter provides the most consistent results with the best flavor.

As Advertised

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From: Port Orchard, Washington State
I purchased this Chevre to do the Belper Nolle recipe. The results were amazing. Just as the recipe advertised, the product worked its magic and I now have 6 perfect little Belper Nolle cheeses in my cave.

Best Cheese Ever!

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From: Minnesota
I make this every week during the summer using my fresh raw goat milk. We eat it on everything! It makes the best fresh cheese ever.

Chèvre Culture

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I have been using this product for going on five years and it has never let me down.

Chevre

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From: ft thomas
Always reliable culture. Easy to use and makes great cheese every time.

Chevre culture

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From: Darlington
I love this product! It is great for beginners like me! Makes yummy cheese!

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From: Otis Orchards, WA
I realize this is usually made with goat's milk, but I don't have a source so I use raw or pasteurized cows milk. It works great. I chill the cheese for easy handling then make 2" by 2" rolls and roll them in a mixture of local organic spices. So good on crackers. I also put fresh on my salads. This is so easy to make with directions right in the packets.

Chevre Culture - Never a Failure!

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From: Barnum, MN
and so yummy - folks just love the chevre i make with my Alpine milk and your wonderful culture. the only problem is that when people ask "how do you DO it??" thinking it's difficult and i have to admit (with embarrassment) that it is so easy to make this cheese with your culture. love it. use a LOT of it. thanks.

Chevre packets

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  • easy
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From: Santa Fe, NM
Each packet makes about 2 lbs of Chevre cheese. I teach some beginning soft cheese classes and this is a great way to introduce people to cheesemaking. Simple, easy and always fool-proof. Anyone can do it!

Chevre Packets

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From: Fairfield, Virginia
Perfect for first time chevre cheese makers!


Chevre Starter Culture

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Excellent. Easy to use and produced a delicious cheese!

Chevre!

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From: Jamaica
Can make less chevre dividing the culture, saving the rest for future use - can be out of the freezer so it can be transported. I have it delivered to the US and then take it to Jamaica to make goat cheese! Easy and successful!

Dependable

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  • Would like to have bulk packaging.
From: Johnsonburg, NJ
This chevre culture is one of the most reliable and dependable cultures a cheesemaker can have. With the varied diet of the goats it is a great to have a culture that you can depend on having the consistent texture and flavor. My customers demand consistency and this chevre culture is the best.

Dreamy

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From: MA
Easy to make, fantastic results. Highly recommend the goat cheese and ash recipe from web page. Simply elegant.

Easier Than Expected

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From: Williamsburg, VA
We were given a packet from Tess of Off The Vine Market with the goat milk we purchased from her market. My daughter in laws and I followed the directions and patiently timed the outcome. We were surprised to find a fromage textured cheese waiting to be sampled and spread on bread we made the day before. Thanks Tess for suggesting this treat that we will definitely make again. Who knew that cheesemaking at home could be this much fun and fascinating.

Easy and Delish

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From: Chicago Suburbs
I am a newbie and this was my first cheese. I no longer buy goat cheese in the store as this is easy and tasty. Sometimes I do admit I wait for the goat milk to go on sale!

EASY!

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From: Michigan
I make a lot of Chevre' to eat fresh, for salads or for the freezer before drying my girls up for winter & when I use this it turns out every time & is so easy!

Excellent!

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From: Colorado
Never made cheese before but bought these cultures and tried my hand at it. All I had to do was heat the day old goats milk to 86F, add the culture, and then I stuck it in a somewhat heated oven in an attempt to keep it at 70-something for 12 hours like the packet said. The next morning, I spooned it out into a torn up bed sheet and hung it in the kitchen til evening and we had the freshest chevre cheese possible! It was very fresh and mild, so for my next experiment I will definitely try seasoning and maybe some aging too!



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