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Definition: Rennet

Rennet
A natural substance containing the enzyme rennin. It's used to coagulate milk, causing it to separate, something that is highly crucial in the cheese making process. Traditionally rennet was made from the stomach of calves, however there are now many non-animal sources as well.

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