This water based cheese coloring is naturally derived from the Annatto tree and will impart an appetizing yellow color to cheese. Most cheese will yellow slightly in the aging process, but if you want a rich yellow color annatto is a great option.
- Potassium hydroxide
- Castor oil
Store tightly closed in a cool, dark location
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Add annatto cheese coloring before Calcium Chloride and Rennet. Dilute color with cool, non-chlorinated water.
For a warm cream color add about 20-30 drops for every gallon of milk.
For a bright bold color add 100+ drops for every gallon of milk.
Note: Keep annatto cheese coloring out of contact with salts.
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I’ve used an assortment of cheese color and for the price, this is some of the best stuff you can use!
I really like the coloration this product provides: rich creamy color, no additional flavors, easy to mix in.
Wonderful. I'm new at making cheese out of my goat milk. And this has worked so good. I'm making the best cheese in my little town. Now everyone is wanting to make cheese.
Used this for my cheddar last month. Nice hint of color. The wheel is waxed and aging currently. Now the difficult part...... Waiting
Gives the cheese an excellent colour. it doesn't taste any different with colour or without. just gives it a great look. you can add less for a light colour or more for darker.