LP300 - Kid Lipase

Kid (goat) lipase is a powdered flavor enzyme used to produce sharp "picante" flavor characteristics in Romano and Provolone. 

We recommend individual experimentation when using lipase with your milk to achieve desired effect. A good starting point is a pinch to 1/8 tsp. of lipase per 2 gallons of milk, to be added at same time as culture.

Contains: Pregastric kid lipase, salt, nonfat dry milk

Allergens (US): MILK

GMO Status: non-GMO

Kosher Status: This product is not kosher

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    Kid (goat) lipase is a powdered flavor enzyme used to produce sharp "picante" flavor characteristics in Romano and Provolone. 

    We recommend individual experimentation when using lipase with your milk to achieve desired effect. A good starting point is a pinch to 1/8 tsp. of lipase per 2 gallons of milk, to be added at same time as culture.

    Contains: Pregastric kid lipase, salt, nonfat dry milk

    Allergens (US): MILK

    GMO Status: non-GMO

    Kosher Status: This product is not kosher

  • Usage Info
    We recommend individual experimentation when using lipase with your milk to achieve desired effect. A good starting point is a pinch to 1/8 tsp. of lipase per 2 gallons of milk, to be added at same time as culture.
  • Customer Questions
    • From Katerina at 11/19/2015 7:51 AM
      Hi, I would like to know how I must keep kid Lipase? Thank you
      Hi Katerina,
      All of our lipases are best stored frozen. With that being said, we do feel comfortable shipping our cultures and enzymes at ambient temperatures, but once you receive them it's best to store them in the freezer to prolong their shelf-life.
      Thanks!
      Getculture Support
    • From Andrea J at 03/27/2013 7:03 PM
      Hi, I am currently making feta in the restaurant I am working in. We usually buy your products for our cheese making and have been very happy with the quality. When do you think you will be getting Lipase back in stock? Since it is more for flavor, can I leave it out of my recipe if using cows milk?

      Thanks, Andrea
      Hi Andrea,
      I have bad news and good news: the bad news is, we don't think we're going to have LP300 (kid lipase) in the foreseeable future as there is a significant worldwide shortage of this product. This shortage is affecting creameries all over the world. I promise as soon as we can get it in, you will be able to find it here! In the meanwhile, you might want to do a test batch using the LP600 (calf lipase) or the LP400 (kid-lamb lipase) -- they are milder in flavor than the LP300 (especially the LP600), but many of our feta makers like these lipases, too.

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    • Author: Cindy N.
      This was recommended to me by Get Culture customer service to make Feta. I use cow's milk for my feta, and using lipase gives it just the right flavor.

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