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Thu May 8 07:42:20 PDT 2008
Also called junkett- find with pudding mixes(also used to make pudding). This is the tablet form-not liquid, but most decent sized grocery stores should stock it.
Miles Grey <Kahn at West-Point.org> wrote: Has anyone else noticed that you sound like you should be at Namron
Beltain when you say that word? "Rennet. Rennet. Rennet." Where IS
Sorry - the *real* purpose for this message is to ask if anyone knows
where you can get rennet. I've found several places online, but I have
something I want to try and just don't want to wait for an order to arrive
by mail. Is rennet available at normal stores of any kind? Perhaps a
regular grocery store? See, I got an idea when I found this recipe for .
. . oops. I'm not telling. It might suck anyway. But if it doesn't,
Grub & Garb is coming soon enough. Woo Hoo!
So: Rennet, where can it be found? Only online?
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