"Info on the Coop website
what is it?
Traditionally, rennet used for cheese-making is taken from calves' stomachs. Rennet contains an enzyme - chymosin - which separates milk into curds and whey, and the curds are used to make…"
Hello, someone just pointed out to me that in the co-op in forest row all cheese has been made using a vegetable rennet extracted from a genetically modified micro-organism. so you might decide not to get your cheese from there, and to check other conventional cheeses before you buy!See More
My husband Stein and I run the organic orchard at Tablehurst Farm, as well as our new Brambletye Fruitfarm, were we grow appes, softfruit, and pears, and our friends keep 1500 layinghens, which just started laying.
You are very welcome to a lift. email me on email@example.com (this is winged_angel twenty-three. People think it's 123 but it's 23) so I can give you my telephone no and address and we can make arrangements. All best, Annette