Cultures for Brie
A typical recipe for the production of Brie would be MM, PC and GEO cultures.
Brie is a soft white, surface ripened cheese. It is slightly pale in colour with a greyish tinge under a rind.
The MM range contains mesophilic cultures with the addition of a diacetyl producing strain to give extra aroma and flavour. Suitable for a wide range of soft cheese types and fermented dairy products. MM cultures are part of the Choozit range from DuPont – Danisco.
MM 100 and 101 are bacteriophage alternatives.
|Name||Info||Pack Size||Price||Min Order||Quantity|
|MM 100 LYO||More info||125 DCU||£17.60||-|
|MM 100 LYO||More info||50 DCU||£14.92||-|
|OV100 LYO single dose (from MM100)||More info||100 litre dose||£6.79||10|
|OV100 LYO single dose (from MM100)||More info||400 litre dose||£10.25||10|
|MM 101 LYO||More info||50 DCU||£14.92||-|
|MM 101 LYO||More info||125 DCU||£17.60||-|
|OV101 LYO single dose (from MM101)||More info||100 litre dose||£6.79||10|
|OV101 LYO single dose (from MM101)||More info||400 litre dose||£10.25||10|