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various cheese & their ph levels
« on: March 15, 2013, 10:48:07 PM »
Hi,
i have 3 cheesemaking Books which all of them are useful - some of them more the other less ...but one thing i miss on all of them - nowhere any ph stops during the making  mentioned .
I would assume different cheese different ph levels on the making....so i am wondering if there is some sort of list somewhere available for different cheese with ph targets i would be happy to use this .... any  suggestions  and info regarding this is very welcome.
Thanking you all for your wealth of info being shared ,

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Re: various cheese & their ph levels
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2013, 10:00:16 AM »
There are lots of reasons that those books don't include pH markers. First, there are no absolutes. Second, you as the cheesemaker can control the pH and therefor the outcome of your cheeses. More acidic = drier and crumblier. So you make a certain kind of cheese, see how it turns out and adjust on the next make.
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