Citric Acid

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4 oz. Citric Acid used for making Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheese.  Non-GMO Corn based Citric Acid.

This Citric Acid contains no Glutamate, Glutamic acid or hydrolyzed protein.  Glucose syrup from maize is a fermented raw material and is not contained in the end product.

Store in a sealed container in a cool dry place.

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  • From Cristina at 7/22/14 11:41 PM
    • Citric acid is contained in lemon juice. I use juice of one lemon to make my own ricotta, of which I am very satisfied. Wouldn't citric acid and lemon juice be interchangeable as well in any other cheese making, or is there a substantial difference in which I would need citric acid in place of lemon juice, seeing that I would need to dissolve it anyway? Thank you in advance.
    • Lemon juice is wonderful for making soft cheese but it is not appropriate in all instances. Citric acid is more consistent and will not change the flavor of the cheese making it the preferred method for some types of cheese.
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  • From Juan Manuel Reyes at 11/14/13 10:08 AM
  • From Antonio Marra at 8/23/13 6:27 PM
  • From Calcheese at 2/2/12 4:35 PM
    • Can Citric Acid be used in making cottage cheese. as well as ricotta and other "soft" cheeses?
    • Citric acid is not necessary for making cottage cheese.
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I would definitely recommend this product. My first mozzarella cheese ever turned out perfect!! (Posted on April 24, 2014)
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