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Danisco LM57 or Bioprox MA215/MA219

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A Mesophilic adjunct culture is used when a buttery flavor is wanted to add to your cheese.

Bioprox MA215 (or MA219):  A super buttery culture with just the right amount of lactic acid.  The primary purpose is to produce gas (CO2) and diacetyl (buttery flavor) in the production of fermenting the milk.  The culture is commonly used as an additive to blue cheese, sour cream, buttermilk and cream cheese.  Excellent is holding open the piercings in blue cheese so the blue mold implants quicker.  A delicious culture for a fluffier butter.  Amazing in croissants too.

 

Danisco LM57:  A buttery culture which provides minimal amounts of lactic acid and it’s primary purpose is to produce gas (CO2) and diacetyl (buttery flavor) in the production of fermenting the milk.  The culture is commonly used as an additive to blue cheese, sour cream, buttermilk and cream cheese.  Excellent is holding open the piercings in blue cheese so the blue mold implants quicker. 

Composition: Leuconostoc mesenteroides subp. mesenteroides.

Inoculation:  Inoculates 364 to 2,250 gallons of milk depending upon the amount of gas production you prefer.

Rotation Cultures:  Danisco LM57.  Contact us for details.

Technical Description and COA:  Available upon request.

Kosher, HALAL, Allergen and Non-GMO certifications:  Available upon request.

Other Culture Comparison: Not applicable.

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To protect your purchase during shipment, in the upper right hand corner in the search engine type “blue ice blanket”.  You can then add this item to your cart and your products will be wrapped with an ice block and blanket during shipment.  Please note, if you are located outside of the USA this option is available,  but will not stay frozen during transit.  During the hot summer months in the USA, the ice block will stay frozen for two days in transit only.

 

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