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Enzymes in cheese

Question
Hi Rachel I have your recipe book and just love it. Thank you its very helpful and interesting and full of great recipes. I would like some help with the ingredients of cheese. There is two businesses down here that make cheese and they both put enzymes in them. I was wondering how I could explain to them what is wrong with enzymes and hopefully they will delete it out of the ingredients so I could then buy the cheeses. One is Blue River which makes sheep milk cheese, and the other is an organic cows milk factory. If you can help me with what to say, that will be great. Thank you Val H

Answer
Hi Val, Pleased you like my book :) Re cheese rennet, you need to ask them the rennet they use, here is a link that may help. FPC rennet and GM rennet is the one to avoid, and often this can be labelled as "enzymes". 60% of rennet is GM :( http://www.fifthtown.ca/artisan_cheese/editorial/the_importance_of_knowing_your_rennet/ Cheers Rachel

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