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Organic Vegetable Rennet

Organic Vegetable Rennet (R9)

4.00 stars, based on 6 reviews
This rennet is a Double Strength Plus microbial "vegetable" rennet. All ingredients conform to organic standards. Gluten free, non-GMO, no caramel color. INGREDIENTS: Water, sodium chloride, acetic acid, sodium acetate, extra...
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Consistent results

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From: VA
This rennet works every time for me, and I've been using it for year. One little bottle goes a loooooong way. I like that it is organic.

Some unpredictable results . . .

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From: Albuquerque, NM
I have used this product with both raw and pasteurized milks. With raw goat milk, it produces a spongy curd like bubbly bread dough with all the whey expressed. I have tried different dosages down to 2 drops/gallon with the same results. My chevre and crottin have the texture of swiss. Good and interesting cheeses but not what I was intending. It works fine with pasteurized cow milk or cow/ goat combos.

Super concentrated - a little goes a long way

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  • concentrated - a little goes a long way
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From: box springs, ga
I've used this for several years and have had consistently good results. We have Nubian goats, with heavy milk flow in Spring. Glad to have reliable vegetarian rennet for my chevre, feta, mozzarella & ricotta. I've recommended this product to several neighbors and friends - will continue to do so.

This is my "go to" rennet -

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From: Maynard
Absolutely no problem what so ever with this Rennet - use to make all sorts of cheeses.. and it sets GREAT.. you must cut the amount in half - as suggested on the directions - to get the consistency you want! Thank you for such a GREAT product!

variable results

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From: Belen.NM
I make only goat cheese and found I get different results with each batch, also. I've tried many variations with milk, temperature and amount of rennet. Sometimes it's foamy with lots of holes, sometimes too soft. It seems to come out better if I use much more rennet than called for. The cheese always tastes good, but I've only gotten the kind of curd I wanted once, and could never duplicate it.

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