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Liquid Animal Rennet

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SKU: 6006

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Use Liquid Animal Rennet to make your favorite cheeses, from Feta Cheese to Cheddar Cheese. Browse our collection of cheese recipes.

  • 1 oz. bottle
  • Single strength
  • Veal Rennet
  • Yield: Follow recipes instructions or use the following guidelines: 1/2 tsp. will set 2 gallons of milk in approximately 30 minutes under typical cheesemaking conditions.
  • Country of origin: New Zealand
  • Non-GMO


Liquid Animal Rennet Ingredients

  • Veal rennet, sodium chloride, acetate, propylene glycol, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate
  • This product contains no GMO ingredients.


Rennet and Cheesemaking Instructions


Liquid Animal Rennet Storage Information and Shelf Life

Store in refrigerator. Liquid Animal Rennet lasts 5 months when stored in refrigerator (≤45°F).


Actual product will differ from image shown above. Please note caramel coloring used to standardized appearance has been removed from this product.

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  • From JMF at 5/16/2011 2:47 PM
    • I am looking for an organic animal (veal, lamb, or kid) rennet without the additives. Is there anyone selling a more pure rennet anywhere? Thanks!
    • Unfortunately, we are not aware of other sources. We strive to offer the highest-quality products we can find, free of additives whenever possible. If you are able to find an alternative provider, we would love to hear from you. (Email [email protected])
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  • From vfclark at 8/17/2012 9:58 PM
    • How do you package your rennet to prepare it to be shipped across the US?
    • The rennet is refrigerated before shipment, but shipped without cooling. Once you receive it, you should refrigerate it again. It should last several months that way.
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  • From melissa at 8/31/2013 10:27 PM
    • Do you know the source of the animal rennet?
    • The rennet is made from calf stomach.
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  • From Nicole J at 10/26/2013 9:14 AM
    • Is your rennet non-GMO?
    • Yes, the rennet is non-GMO.
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  • From Sorina at 1/2/2014 12:23 PM
    • The product picture shows a 2oz. bottle, but the product description says 1 oz. Which one is right?
    • We carry a one ounce bottle of animal rennet. We apologize for the confusion.
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  • From Bee at 6/27/2014 3:41 PM
  • From Annette at 12/28/2014 1:39 PM
    • how long will animal rennet keep, I've had mine in the fridge for about 3 years, should I buy new?
    • Liquid animal rennet lasts about 2-3 months when stored in the fridge. New rennet is recommended. If you want longer life rennet, you might try the vegetable tablets, which have a 3 year lifespan:
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Customer Reviews

Very Happy Review by MaMaFurr

Worked great, and this was my maiden cheese.

(Posted on 9/8/2015)

Great Rennet Review by Cheryl

I use this, at this time, for making Creole Cream Cheese, but I also want to start making my own mozzarella and all of the other cheeses. Works great and I have used it 3 times already.

(Posted on 12/1/2014)

Fantastic Review by Juanita

I used the Liquid Animal Rennet in my first actual attempt at making mozzarella and had fantastic results! I've already recommended Cultures for Health to friends on FaceBook.

(Posted on 9/8/2014)

Does the Job Review by pbparsons

Recently made my first 'batch' of cheese - Mozzarella. Came out great. AM now encouraged to delve into more complex cheeses like blue and camenbert.

(Posted on 5/7/2014)

works well Review by Bekah

I've used this so far for only one cheese (a chevre) but it worked very well and made a nice, firm, dry soft cheese.

(Posted on 2/26/2014)

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