Direct Inoculation Cheese Cultures
Most cheeses need a bit of culture and we don't mean a night at the opera.
Cheese cultures are necessary to inoculate the milk with friendly bacteria. These bacteria serve two functions. Firstly, they cause the milk to become more acidic, aiding its coagulation. Secondly, the bacteria help develop the flavour of the cheese.
Our cheese cultures are direct innoculation (Direct Vat Innoculation / DVI), also known as direct-set (Direct Vat Set / DVS), which means they are added directly to the milk to make cheese.
We ship these products Australia-wide, however, they do require long-term storage in a freezer, on arrival. Extended time out of a freezer will decrease the shelf life.