How to Pronounce rennet?

Correct pronunciation for the word "rennet" is [ɹˈɛnɪt], [ɹˈɛnɪt], [ɹ_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_t].

"Rennet" in context

Rennet is an enzyme derived from the lining of a lamb's stomach that is used to coagulate milk during the production of cheese. It plays an essential role in the cheese making process and helps to create the desirable texture and flavor of the finished product.

Rennet is traditionally produced from the fourth stomach, or abomasum, of a young calf or lamb and is then dried and put into tablets, liquid or powder form depending on the needs and preferences of the cheese maker. The rennet is then added to milk at an optimal temperature to begin the coagulation process and form curds.

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