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Kosher cheese powder in Los Angeles or online?

Miri1 Oct 11, 2010 05:25 PM

I'd love to get my hands on some kosher cheese powder. Can I buy it somehwere in Los Angeles? Or is there an online resource I can order it from?


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  1. queenscook RE: Miri1 Oct 11, 2010 07:21 PM

    I've just got to ask . . . what in the world is cheese powder?

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    1. re: queenscook
      DeisCane RE: queenscook Oct 12, 2010 06:12 AM

      I assume the kind that comes in the mac n' cheese packets.

      1. re: DeisCane
        ferret RE: DeisCane Oct 12, 2010 07:34 AM

        There are actually lots of different types of cheese powders available (including kosher and chalav yisroel - the OU product guide lists several) but they tend to be at the foodservice or bulk-sale level. Just not a large demand at retail.

        Here's an example of the range of products (not all kosher):


        1. re: ferret
          SoCal Mother RE: ferret Oct 12, 2010 09:36 AM

          Well it would be cheaper than buying boxes of Wacky Mac. I won't touch it but my kids love it. Heaven forbid I made mac and cheese using real cheese...

          1. re: SoCal Mother
            Miri1 RE: SoCal Mother Oct 12, 2010 12:18 PM

            Thanks. I don't know what I'd even do with it (I'm a 'real' cheese lover!) but I want to play around, see what I can come up with. I thought maybe I'd make some cheese crackers or something long those lines. I just like to play in the kitchen when I have time :)

            1. re: Miri1
              ferret RE: Miri1 Oct 12, 2010 12:35 PM

              The Mrs. took me off carbs for a while so crackers were out. My favorite "cracker" alternative is still parmesan crisps. This way I can eat cheese on a cracker that's really cheese.

      2. re: queenscook
        happybaker RE: queenscook Jul 1, 2013 09:20 PM

        Nope, it is actually fried, powdered cheese. Fabulous on popcorn!

        1. re: happybaker
          koshergourmetmart RE: happybaker Jul 2, 2013 06:45 AM

          Try kernel seasons brand

          1. re: happybaker
            happybaker RE: happybaker Jul 2, 2013 09:30 AM

            Dried. I meant DRIED cheese!

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