Liquid Vegetable Rennet

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This rennet is a double-strength microbial "vegetable" rennet for cheesemaking. Gluten-free, non-GMO. No animal byproducts.

One ounce liquid vegetable rennet for cheesemaking.

Ingredients: Enzyme produced by pure fermentation of Mucor Meihei in salt brine, less than 5% propylene glycol, less than 2% sodium propionate.

Salt content is 17.4%, resulting in approximately 0.006% salt in the final product coming from the coagulant (rennet). 

This product contains no GMO ingredients.


Yield: 1/4 teaspoon will set up to 2 gallons of milk. Each one ounce bottle contains approximately six teaspoons; enough to set up to 48 gallons of milk.

Directions: This rennet is DOUBLE STRENGTH. Use half as much as recipe calls for.
Dilute required amount of rennet with 20 times its volume of cool, potable water. Immediately add into milk and stir for 2 minutes to uniformly distribute.

Storage: Store rennet in refrigerator. Will keep 6 months if stored properly.

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  • From tausif at 1/25/12 1:42 AM
    • what are ingredients of vegetable rennet?
    • Ingredients: Enzyme produced by pure fermentation of Mucor Meihei in salt brine, less than 5% propylene glycol, less than 2% sodium propionate.
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  • From Susan Seifert at 9/25/12 8:35 PM
    • Can I make custard pudding like Junket, using liquid vegetable rennet?
    • You can use liquid vegetable rennet in any recipe calling for rennet.
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  • From hhersh at 12/19/12 1:43 PM
    • Is this liquid vegetable rennet kosher?
    • It is not certified Kosher.
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  • From Tullio & Rita at 3/23/13 2:31 PM
    • at what temperature should we use the liquid vegetable rennet for cheese making?
    • Rennet itself does not have specific temperature requirements. The temperature at which rennet is added depends on the kind of cheese being made and the instructions outlined in the particular recipe being followed.
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  • From Lisa at 12/10/13 4:24 PM
  • From Toni at 12/24/13 8:43 PM
    • The instruction booklet says to use 1 drop of rennet. On the rennet bottle it says that it is double strength and to only use half of what the recipe calls for. How do I measure out half of a drop to make chèvre?
    • Mix up the drop of rennet into the water specified in your recipe. Then discard one half of the water. This will leave you with one half drop of rennet for your cheese.
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Worked very well, would recommend highly. Review by Bonnie
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I bought this for my first attempt at making mozzarella and I was so excited to see beautiful curds separating from the whey. Have never used other similar products so don't know how it compares, but sticking with this as a winner. (Posted on July 6, 2014)
Works Well Review by Kelsey
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It definitely served it's purpose and worked well. My only complaint is that it's double strength. There are some recipes that I use that require an odd number of drops so having to half that amount of rennet is not always possible. (Posted on May 20, 2014)
PERFECT! Review by Von
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My first time to make mozzarella cheese and it turned out so perfect!! I have no problem at all recommending this product. (Posted on April 24, 2014)
rennett Review by Deb
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good quality and has never failed to perform (Posted on December 23, 2013)
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