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Mesophilic Starter

Used in cheese making mesophilic starter is a Lactic acid-producing starter bacteria which is used to produce cheeses when the cooking temperature is 39°C or lower.
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Substitute for mesophilic starter

Buttermilk can be substituted, see specific recipes


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