Liquid Animal RennetSingle strength rennet for cheese making
"Consistent, reliable and delivers the best taste and texture. I wouldn’t use anything else!"
–Isabella M, Home Cheese Maker
This single strength liquid animal rennet is the highest quality form of rennet available on the U.S. market today and is NON-GMO. Liquid rennet is easy to measure and add to milk, which makes it a favorite for both beginner and advanced cheese makers alike.
- Veal rennet
- Sodium chloride
- Sodium acetate
- Propylene glycol
- Potassium sorbate
Store in the refrigerator
1/2 teaspoon will set 2 gallons of milk in approximately 45 minutes
- 1 oz | approximately 6 tsp | sets up to 24 gallons of milk
- 2 oz | approximately 12 tsp | sets up to 48 gallons of milk
- 1 pint | approximately 96 tsp | sets up to 384 gallons of milk
- 1 quart | approximately 192 tsp | sets up to 768 gallons of milk
- 1 gallon | approximately 768 tsp | sets up to 3072 gallons of milk
New England Cheesemaking Supply Company
Due to customs restrictions we cannot ship this rennet to Australia or Sweden
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Mix required amount of rennet in about 1/4 cup cool, non-chlorinated water. Immediately add diluted rennet to milk, gently stir for 1 minute, to evenly distribute.
Note: The amount will vary on the condition of your milk, season and type of cheese you are making.
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I have compared this to vegetable rennet and prefer the animal rennet. It seems to set up better
We started using liquid animal rennet cause it’s easier to use and more accurate measurements. Buying a big bottle is definitely cheaper then always just getting a little 2 oz thing .
We have used the vegetable rennet tablets and it wasn't working so well. We decided on our 3rd Gouda go we would use this product. The difference is night and day! The curds set more rapidly, they were firmer, and we had so many we couldn't fit them in our 2 lbs cheese mold! This is definitely the way to go! These are currently in the 3 week drying stage. The left is raw milk, the right is pasteurized.