Guide To Extra Ingredients In Cheesemaking – Cultures for Health

https://www.culturesforhealth.com/learn/cheese/guide-ingredients-cheese-making/

Calcium is necessary for proper curd formation. By adding calcium chloride to the milk before adding the coagulant, calcium levels are restored. Calcium chloride is commonly used in making some goat cheeses, which can have a less firm curd due to goat milk’snatural homogenization.
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