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Tartaric Acid

SKU: 1611
Tartaric Acid for Making Mascarpone Cheese
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Used for making Mascarpone, an Italian soft cheese made from cream, with a rich texture and sweet flavor.  Mascarpone is easy to make at home!

  • Contains 2 oz. Tartaric Acid (please note that the actual product differs the image featured above)
  • Usage Rate: Use and dilute as directed by your recipe.
  • Food Grade
  • Learn to make Mascarpone Cheese using cream or half-and-half.



Storage Information

Store in a tightly sealed container in a cool dry place.

 

Uses for Mascarpone

Mascarpone is a creamy Italian cheese eaten with fruit, cake and other desserts. Try these amazing recipes containing mascarpone cheese:

 

Please note that the actual product differs from image shown above. Product comes in 2 oz bag.

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    by peewee on 04 Wed,2014

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  • From Sacto1 at 4/4/2013 12:21 PM
    • You have listed the item as "perishable". Please tell me how long the Tartaric Acid can be stored?
    • ‚ÄčIt is in granular form, so it has a shelf life of a year. It should be stored it in a cool, dry place because it will absorb moisture.
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  • From Kerry at 7/24/2011 5:26 PM
    • Is this the same as Cream of Tartar?
    • Almost, but not quite. Cream of Tartar is obtained when tartaric acid is half neutralized with potassium hydroxide, transforming it into a salt. Tartaric acid is generally derived from grapes, and is a byproduct of the wine-making process.
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DIY BUNDLE

Combine these with milk and cream to create Mascarpone Cheese!

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