Traditional "Peccorino" Lipase Powder

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Traditional "Peccorino" Lipase Powder

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Kid (goat) and Lamb Lipase powder for home cheese making. Lipase enzymes enhance the flavor of Italian and specialty-type cheeses. The active lipase enzyme will produce a specific ratio of free fatty acids as a result of milkfat lipolysis when added directly to milk.

Use traditional Peccorino lipase powder to make Romano, Provolone, and Feta cheeses.

2 oz. bottle; store in freezer for up to six months for optimal performance. (After six months, a larger quantity may be required to achieve desired taste.)

Use as directed in chosen recipe or as follows: For 2 gallons of milk, dissolve 1/8-1/4 tsp. lipase powder in 1/2 cup cool water 30 minutes before use. Add to milk just prior to rennet. Amount can be adjusted to taste not to exceed 1/4 tsp. per 2 gallons of milk.

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  • From sattvic creamery at 3/16/2012 2:16 PM
    • Can you use goat and lamb lipase with fresh cow milk cheeses?
    • Yes you can! It will help give cheeses a sharpness and "tang" that cow's milk doesn't normally have. It will make cheese a bit softer, however, so add 3 extra drops of rennet per gallon of milk.​
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Works like a charm Review by RouxBDoo
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I make Feta cheese with cow's milk and this lipase gives it the "edge" the cheese needed. When I can't get goat's milk, I use cow's milk from the grocery and this lipase makes up the difference. The 2 oz bottle should last quite a while. I use 1/4 tsp for 2 gals of milk. Your mail order service was quick too! Be sure to keep yours in the freezer, they sent me tracking info to know when it was being delivered so I could pop it in the freezer as soon as it arrived, and it wouldn't sit in the mailbox in 90 degree temps.

Thanks CFH

RouxBDoo

(Posted on 8/5/2014)



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