Author Topic: Culture "Cocktails" - where to find out more?  (Read 514 times)

Offline coroto

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Culture "Cocktails" - where to find out more?
« on: July 25, 2012, 06:12:34 PM »
Saw a really interesting blog post at http://cheeseunderground.blogspot.com/2012/05/culture-cocktails-cheesemakers-best.html -- I'd love to find out more about "cheese culture cocktails" being used out there.  Looks like some cheesemakers are really achieving some wonderful results with them.  Anyone here care to enlighten us or comment further?


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Re: Culture "Cocktails" - where to find out more?
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2012, 10:08:28 PM »
Yes, there are many posts here about using adjunct cultures. One classic example is my writeup of shelf stabilized curd. Another is adjuncted cheddar, such as Cabot's or WSU's. And another is the series of adjuncted goudas coming from Europe. There's thousands of pages I can write from experimental and theoretical/research data about enzymatic formulations for cheese flavor. Can you please ask a little more specifically? Or maybe give me a call if you want to chat.

That blog post specifically is about the CSK flavour wheel adjunct line. They've recently set up shop in Wisconsin.
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