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Calcium Chloride

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What is it?

Calcium chloride is a chemical salt essential to cheesemaking. Because pasteurization removes some of the calcium from processed milk, calcium chloride reintroduces that calcium, which helps the cheese set up into nice firm curds. It is sold in liquid form so that it’s easy to add to the milk.

How to store:

Calcium chloride can be stored at room temperature.

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