Flora Danica Starter Culture
Flora Danica is a mesophilic type culture that adds a buttery flavor to a variety of soft cheese including Havarti, Gouda, Edam, Camembert, Brie, Feta, Blue, Buttermilk, Sour Cream, Cream cheese, Creme Fraiche and Cultured Butter. This culture will produce a small amount of carbon dioxide gas, which make it a great choice when a lighter textured cheese is desired.
Flora Danica be used as a direct set culture or to incubate a mother culture.
- S. Lactis
- S. Cremoris
- S. Lactis biovar diacetylactis
- M.S. Cremoris
Store in the freezer for up to 2 years
This package will culture up to 50 gallons of milk
Kosher and Halal certificates available upon request
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- Flora Danica
- goat cheeses
My favorite culture
My favorite for fresh cheeses
I love this Flora Danica culture. It has the best flavor for fresh cheeses, such as soft goat cheese (chevre). It's a must in my cheesemaking supplies.
No Brie without FD
After years of making all sorts of cheese, I will now only make double cream Brie with the addition of Flora Danica. It improves the flavor immensely.
This is my go-to culture for chevre. I've tried other cultures for chevre, but this one has the best flavor. The only problem I've had with it is that, when it's getting older, it tends to clump together into a hard ball, and is pretty useless after that. I just have to buy a new packet. I'm not sure how to prevent this. I live in a semi-arid area, so it's not the humidity here!
This is my go to for chevre culture, just a little dab will do ya and soon you will have super tasty goat cheese! I'm on my 3 packet, yes, I make a LOT of goat cheese.