Results for: Rennet

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What is rennet?

Rennet is a group of enzymes with a mammal's stomach, often used in the production of cheese.
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Do pigs have rennet?

Columbia encyclopedia definition states"...obtained from stomachs of young mammals living on milk." then piglets (nursing babies) have rennet.
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Is rennet kosher?

Rennet, processed from the stomachs of unweaned calves, is often used in the production of hard cheese as a curdling and coagulating agent. Kosher hard cheese is produced wit (MORE)
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What are rennet tablets?

\nthey are tablets that are made out of an enzyme extracted from young ruminates stomach lining (calf,sheep,goat).the enzyme digest's milk in an animals gut.rennet is used in (MORE)
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Where does rennet come from?

Dear John rekons it comes from cow guts, but i reckon it comes from Chinese babies. Like u know how the Chinese can only have one kid. What happens to the rest? Exactly they k (MORE)
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Where to get rennet tablets?

Certain stores sell them near wine making supplies, or you can try online or a local cheese maker, which is where I got mine.
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What is rennet made from?

It is obtained from the stomach of calves of cattle. Rennetseparates milk into curds and whey.
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What cheeses have rennet?

Rennet is actually dead baby cow enzymes scraped from its 4th stomach. - It is used in Cheese manufacturing as a 'hardener' (to make cheese more firm). pretty much all che (MORE)
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What are rennet curds?

I believe they have to do with the cheese making process. They are an ingredient in cheese.
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What is a substitute for rennet?

Rennet is an enzyme found in the stomach of young mammals and has been used for thousands of years in cheese making. This extract from the dried stomachs of goats, sheep, and (MORE)