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Junket
rennet custard dessert
Junket

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There are 7 comments for this item.

Posted by unclekipsy at 9:33 am (PST) on Wed December 4, 2013   
Strange consistancy.....never really liked it....Mom made it a few times.
Posted by MM at 11:41 pm (PDT) on Thu July 4, 2013   
Rennet is a culture that curdles milk.  It's what's used in naturally made cheese to effect the process.  In it's natural state it comes from the fourth stomach of a cow.
Foot in Mouth
Posted by Bob Matthews at 3:45 pm (PDT) on Sat April 27, 2013   
Could never figure out what this was and so avoided it.
Come to think of it never knew any kid that had it in his house, either.
I think the word "junk" in the name was the turn off.
Posted by Eubean at 11:41 am (PDT) on Tue April 17, 2012   
This stuff was pretty bad. It had a grainy texture and failed to replicate American-style instant puddings. At the time my mother inflicted us with this fad, the only flavors were raspberry, butterscotch and vanilla, none of which were very accurate. More like pink, brown and off-white flavor. And sweeter than trifle.
Posted by Bonnie at 10:54 pm (PDT) on Tue August 2, 2011   
My mom used to make it for me too. I remember there was vanilla, chocolate, and an orange sherbet-like flavor. That was my favorite one.
Posted by Bob Wilson Jr at 9:18 pm (PDT) on Tue April 20, 2010   
All I remember is that it was something made of 'rennet powder', whatever that is.
Posted by Duff at 1:49 pm (PDT) on Thu March 25, 2010   
My mom used to make this for us and I know I liked it, but I can't quite recall what it was like.

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