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Geo 15 rind

The Geo 15 does not get quite as fluffy and white, and has some mild yeast characteristics. When I used it in my brie recipe as a substitute for Geo 17, I found the final result to have a sweeter and nuttier profile that I enjoyed very much. Kimi

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Added by Nancy V.
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  • Nancy V.

    Very exciting results with the Geotrichum 15 vs 17. We like this new secondary culture a lot for bloomy rind cheeses. Nancy

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