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Mild Lipase Powder (Calf)

Mild Lipase Powder (Calf)

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4.92 39 reviews

Description

Mild lipase powder (italase) is a flavor enzyme that will add a mild flavor to Italian cheese including Mozzarella, Parmesan and Feta.

Details

Ingredients

  • Pregastric calf lipase
  • Salt
  • Nonfat dry milk

Yield

  • 1 oz | 40-160 gallons of milk

Storage
Store in the freezer

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

Allergens

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

Directions

1/2 hour before use, dissolve 1/8 tsp of lipase for every 2 gallons of milk in 1/4 cup cool, non-chlorinated water. Add to milk at the same time as culture.

Amount used can be adjusted to personal taste. We recommend no more than 1/4 tsp for every 2 gallons of milk.

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Mild Lipase Powder (Calf)

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02/29/2020
April
United States United States
Great products

I've never had an issue using any of the products I've purchased from this site. This product is no different.

JH
01/16/2020
John H.
United States United States
Why not?

I've been using Calf Lipase since I started making cheese several years ago. If the recipe called for it, then in it went. Even into some cheeses it wasn't in the recipe for. I'm not sure I can tell the difference. There are so many other things that affect the final cheese. That being said. I always use it, if it's called for. Why not? It can't hurt (most probably ?). Orders have always been prompt, even though I live on the other side of the country.

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01/08/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
Great add for some cheeses

Give it that mediterranean "kick" for many cheeses.

C
01/03/2020
Catherine
United States United States
Worked Great!

I made Feta using cow's milk and added this to the recipe. My first attempt at Feta on my own turned out wonderful!

RC
11/19/2019
Renae C.
United States United States
Perfect

It’s not over powering, I use it in my raw goat milk cheddar cheese curds and in my wheels of short aging cheeses.