SR 3 Brevibacterium Linens
Bright orange, less aromatic than other strains. For Washed rind and smear cheeses such as Limburger, brick, traditional Muenster, Reblochon, and Taleggio.
- brevibacterium linens
Store in the freezer
- 2 DCU
- 10 DCU
Kosher OU certificate available upon request
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Add 1/8th teaspoon, for every 2 gallons of milk, at the same time as adding your culture.
When making larger batches, 50 gallons or more, it is economical to add the mold powder to 8 oz of water mixed with 1/8 teaspoon salt and 1/8 tsp sugar in an atomizer. Rehydrate your solution for 16 hours before spraying onto the surface of your cheese. When stored in a refrigerator, the solution will keep for up to one week.
We recommend using Mini Measuring Spoons to help in adding the correct amount of starter culture.
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What is this stuff?
Your catalogue lists multiple types of B-Linens. I simply picked one out almost at random since there is little explanation of the differences among them. I appreciated the timely delivery in just 3 days. I sprinkled it on the cheese while it was damp, and it seemed to take. More information about this item would really help.
Doesn't smell as much
The smell is a bit musky and a bit metallicy no where near as footy as other b-linens strains. So far so good, it turned a crumbly cheddar very soft and smooth with a great flavor. I recommend!