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Organic Powdered Calf Rennet

Organic Powdered Calf Rennet

Regular price $28.95
Regular price $28.95
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4.5 10 reviews


This organic powdered calf rennet by WalcoRen is NON-GMO.



  • Enzyme
  • Salt

Store in the freezer


  • 100 grams
  • 500 grams

Approximately 1/16 tsp will set 2 gallons of milk


Halal Info
Halal certificate available upon request

Shipping Restriction
Due to customs restrictions we cannot ship this rennet to Australia or Sweden


Yes No Allergens 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


Mix required amount of rennet in about 1/4 cup cool, non-chlorinated water. Let rennet solution sit for 30 minutes for complete dissolution.

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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Hadi H.
No expir date

Long delivery. It should be keep in fridge but 3 weeks delivery it is long time. No expiry date on it.

United States United States

I did some cheesemaking several years ago and wanted to start it again. I went with this rennet because I liked that it could be stored in the freezer for quite a while. I have used it several times for cream cheese, halloumi, mozzarella, Colby, and others. I found that it does work at the recommended level of 1/16 tsp for 2 gallons; however, it takes a while and could be a little firmer (I use closer to 1/8 tsp now). With such small amounts needed, it will last me a long time. It works great and I am so pleased that I went with this type of rennet.

New England Cheesemaking Supply Company Organic Powdered Calf Rennet Review
United States United States
Great rennet powder

Last night, I was experimenting how to make fresh cheese. I put 3 teaspoons of rennet powder and 1 juice of lemon inside the whole milk that was pasteurized, not ultra-pasteurized, inside the big pot to heat the cheese. Then I put the curd on the cheese cloth that was on the colander and bowl, then I tied the cheese cloth, then I put it inside the refrigerator overnight. The next morning, the fresh cheese was delicious.

New England Cheesemaking Supply Company Organic Powdered Calf Rennet Review
United States United States
Great rennet powder

Last night, with my experiment to make homemade fresh cheese, I used 3 teaspoons of rennet powder mixed with a little water and the juice of one lemon. I added it to one gallon of whole milk that was pasteurized, not ultra-pasteurized, in a big pot. I put the curd in the cheese cloth and I left it in the refrigerator, overnight. Today, I tasted the fresh cheese and it was delicious.

Bryton R.
United States United States
Works like a charm!

I'm continually impressed by how effective such small volumes of rennet are. I use about 1/16th of a teaspoon in each of the two-gallon (of milk) batches of cheese I have been making, and the curdle yield is far better than I was getting before, when using vinegar. I use the prescribed amount of rennet on the packaging, though I give it a more time to curdle because I'm keeping the temperature low enough to preserve the wild culture in the raw milk I purchase. Looking forward to trying my first batches! I'm aging my cheeses for at least two months, to meet the USDA(?) standard for safety when making cheeses with unpasteurized dairy. Cheers!

New England Cheesemaking Supply Company Organic Powdered Calf Rennet Review