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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, sodium chloride, sodium benzoate, and caramel color.

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 Patricia at 10/17/2015 5:59 PM
  • From Rose at 10/1/2015 10:02 PM
    • what's the different between Organic Rennet and this ? they both Liquid ?
    • The Liquid Vegetable Rennet and the Organic Vegetable Rennet are very similar. They are both vegetable based, double strength liquid rennet. The Liquid Vegetable Rennet is not certified organic though. They do have slightly different ingredients as well. You can view the full product description for the Organic Vegetable Rennet here:
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  • From elaine at 9/17/2015 9:40 PM
    • is this rennet kosher?
    • The Liquid Vegetable Rennet is not certified Kosher.
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  • From Norra at 8/12/2015 2:33 AM
    • Is the tablet and liquid vegetable rennet has Halal certification?
    • Our rennet is not Halal certified.
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  • From thomas at 6/3/2015 9:39 PM
    • what is the difference in the rennet tablets verses the liquid and is there a conversion of each in the use?
    • Rennet tablets have a very long lifespan of 3 years in the freezer. Liquid rennet is generally only good for 6 months in the fridge, and cannot be frozen.

      The veggie rennet tablets are double strength compared to the liquid veggie rennet. Most recipes let you know the conversion, but in general 1/4 tablet veggie rennet = 1/8 tsp. liquid veggie rennet = 1/4 liquid animal rennet.
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  • From GG at 4/2/2015 3:35 PM
    • I forgot my rennet on the counter overnight. Do I have to discard it now? (I really don't want to!!)
    • A brief stint on the counter should not be a problem. Try not to do it repeatedly, and do keep it refrigerated for best shelf life!
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  • From Frances at 1/17/2015 5:58 PM
    • Can animal Rennet or vegetable Renned be used to make goat milk Feta Cheese and the other cheeses?
    • Animal rennet and vegetable rennet both work well for most cheeses.
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  • From susan mabrey at 10/27/2014 5:51 PM
    • What is rennet and what does it do?
    • Rennet is a body of enzymes that is used to coagulate milk when used in conjunction with a cheese culture in order to make cheese. It's what gives you the curds! It can come from animals (traditionally the stomach lining of calves) or can also be sourced from vegetables.
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  • From Toni at 12/23/2013 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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  • From Lisa at 12/10/2013 4:24 PM

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Customer Reviews

Good Product Review by M.

I am pleased with my purchase of Liquid Vegetable Rennet. I made Creole Cream Cheese and it came out beautifully.

(Posted on 8/27/2015)

Cheese Making Review by Green Acres

I have used this in my cheese. It worked very well.

(Posted on 5/25/2015)

Rennet great - bottle not as great Review by Nancy

The rennet worked great. Enjoy making the cheese. The bottle was hard to squeeze so I like the previous bottle type better. The one with the longer spout. I always had to take the whole lid off to get the rennet out and was afraid I would spill some of this precious liquid.

(Posted on 11/6/2014)

Easy to use packaging Review by Courtney

I just made my first batch of mozzarella cheese. Turned out great. The recipe called for 1/2 t. rennet (I used 1/4 t.) and it was very easy to measure.

(Posted on 9/4/2014)

Worked very well, would recommend highly. Review by Bonnie

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 7/6/2014)

Works Well Review by Kelsey

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 5/20/2014)

PERFECT! Review by Von

My first time to make mozzarella cheese and it turned out so perfect!! I have no problem at all recommending this product.

(Posted on 4/24/2014)

rennett Review by Deb

good quality and has never failed to perform

(Posted on 12/22/2013)

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