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    Biena (Abiasa) Mesophile Aromatic Type B, commonly known as Aroma B. For the production of soft cheese, cottage cheese, sour cream, goat cheese, cultured butter, fermented buttermilk and fresh cheeses in general. Produces a slight tang with creamy and buttery notes; also a slight gas producer.

    CULTURE CONTAINS: Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis, L. lactis subsp. cremoris, L. lactis subsp. diacetylactis, Leuconostoc mesenteroides

    BRAND: Biena

    YIELD: 1 dose will inoculate approx. 200 litres of milk.

    DIRECTIONS: Use approx. 1/4 tsp per 2-5 gallons.

    Add culture directly to milk when called for in recipe. Sprinkle culture on milk surface an allow to rehydrate 1-2 minutes. Mix thoroughly to evenly distribute culture.

    STORAGE: Store in the freezer.

    NOTE: This product has Kosher and Halal certificates. Certificates available upon request.

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    Description of Components


    X Peanuts
    X Tree Nuts
    X Sesame
    X
    Milk
    X Eggs
    X Fish
    X Crustaceans
    X Shellfish
    X Soy
    X Wheat
    X Triticale
    X Mustard
    X Sulfites
    Based on 4 Reviews
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    From: Kansas

    Aroma B

    I'd never made cheese curds using actual starter culture before. I purchased this product to give it a try because I have a recipe calling for mesophylic starter. It worked a treat and only needed 1/4 tsp. per 2 gallons of whole milk.

    Very pleased with the results and this product.

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    From: Aurora, CO

    Go-To Starter for Lite Cream Cheese

    I make a light cream cheese: 1 gallon milk, one pint cream (both off-the-shelf), 1/2 tsp Calcium Chloride, 2 drops double-strength rennet, 1/2 tsp salt and 1/8 tsp Meso Aroma B starter. The family loves it. I've tried it with other starters but just don't get the result I want, the aroma isn't there. The end result is spreadable, delicious and great with pretzel thins. This is my go-to starter for this light cream cheese recipe

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    Great product

    Great starter.

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    • Inexpensive
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    From: Monkton, Vermont

    One-Stop shopping for fresh cheese cultures

    Has produced wonderful fresh cheeses for me regardless of recipe or milk type. Also nice to just have to reach for one starter packer instead of needing to leaf through five or six type-specific packets.