Cream Cheese Starter Culture

$10.99

Make delicious cream cheese at home with this culture. A great choice for new cheese makers.

Each bag contains:

  • 4 packets, each packet contains both starter culture and rennet.

Instructions for using this culture are included and may be found here.

Storage Information:

  • Store in refrigerator or freezer.

Cream Cheese Starter Culture Ingredients:

  • Sucrose, Maltodextrins, Lactic bacteria (Lactococcus lactis subsp. Lactis, Lactococcus lactis supsp. cremoris)
  • Organic Vegetable Rennet

Cream Cheese Starter Culture Allergen Information:

  • Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing soy and dairy.
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-free


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Cream Cheese Starter Culture

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An Excellent Culture

What can I say? It worked perfectly, creating a delicious cream cheese!

I used it with raw milk and the texture came out similar to whipped cream cheese; it was soft and spreads easily.

All in all, if you want some homemade cream cheese, use this.

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Good product, but pricey.

From experience, I consider these to be very good products. It is a shame they are so pricey, and they are pricey. Seems the company found out they had a good product and the price went up.

Response from CFH: We are happy to hear you like our products! We do our best to keep prices as low as possible, with respect to the manufacturer's pricing as well as our third party pathogen tests to ensure your safety! Happy culturing!

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Makes cream cheese

I did not realize when I purchased it, but this is a very great packaging for beginners because it has the rennet already in it. How convenient! Now making cream cheese is as simple as making yogurt. Nice.

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Soooo Gooood

I used ultra-parurized Lactaid whole milk and it turned out perfect. A little sourness and oooooh so creamy. So glad I tried making my own cream cheese. It was much easier to make than I imagined.