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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Makes fast, tasty cheese every time.
Mix with salt and other herbs like herbs de Province, zata'ar, cracked chiltepin peppers, or (my favorite) chilpotle with adobo, a tad of smoked salmon, some pressed garlic, some capers and voile you have the best cheese dip. This rennet rocks for speed when you're in need!!
I have used this product for awhile now and it has preformed excellent very time! I use the recommended amount that is stated on the bottle and have not had a problem.
I’ve been using this for years. So easy to measure and consistent results
Animal rennet for curd development
Works great. Just wish there was a way to measure amount needed with the bottle since the amounts needed tend to be in millimeters or fractions of a teaspoon.