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    Wiki: Starter Cultures Function

    Cultures are bacteria that are in the air, naturally in the milk (especially in unpasteurized) and intentionally added at the start of the cheese making process. They consume the milk’s lactose, producing lactic acid which makes the milk more acidic or sour and thus creating the best climate for the curd to form. . . . → Read More: Wiki: Starter Cultures Function

    Wiki: Store Bought Cultured Buttermilk Mesophilic Starter Culture Making Recipe

    Making Cultured Buttermilk Mesophilic Starter - Frozen Excess Culture For Future Use

    This Wiki Article is a generic recipe for making Mesophilic¬†Starter Culture using store bought manufactured Cultured Buttermilk. Mesophilic¬†(low temperature) Starter Cultures are the most common in making cheese,¬†many new . . . → Read More: Wiki: Store Bought Cultured Buttermilk Mesophilic Starter Culture Making Recipe