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Direct inoculation with a freeze dried yeast in the manufacture of Carre de lEst soft cheese


, : Direct inoculation with a freeze dried yeast in the manufacture of Carre de lEst soft cheese. Revue laitiere francaise: 363 161


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Mietton, B.; Harry, C.; Pernodet, G.; Tinguely, P., 1978: Direct inoculation with a freeze-dried starter in the manufacture of soft cheese of Carre de l'Est type. 3 freeze-dried conc. starters (ICF-VITEX) composed of paired strains of Streptococcus lactis and S. cremoris were used in rotation during Sept.-Nov. 1977. The conc. starters were added directly to the cheese vats. 2 different cheesemaking technolo...

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Chapman, H.R., 1978: Direct vat inoculation of milk with freeze-dried starters for making Cheddar cheese. The introduction of cheese starter developed by Vitex, Paris, France, in concentrated, freeze-dried form for direct inoculation of milk in the cheesemaking vat offers considerable advantages and the performance of some ICF starters (Inoculum pour...

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