Lipase enzymes contain lipolytic and esterase activity that degrade the milk fats for glycerol and fatty acids resulting in the development of unique cheese flavor profiles.
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Savorzyme™ Kid Goat Lipase is a a preservative free enzyme extracted from the epiglottis (tongue) of kid goats containing lipolytic and esterase activity that is used in the cheese production process to enhance and intensify its flavor. When milk is turned into cheese, the lipase degrades the milk fats for glycerol and fatty acids resulting in cheeses that develop unique flavor profiles.
Suggested dosage/264 gallons (1000l) of milk:
Mild Flavor: 5 – 20 grams
Medium Flavor: 20 – 30 grams
Strong Flavor: 30+ grams