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Effect of whey dilution with water in cheese manufacture on changes in acidity during ripening



Effect of whey dilution with water in cheese manufacture on changes in acidity during ripening



Molochnaya Promyshlennost' (3): 13-15



Kostroma cheese was made from curd with 0, 10 or 15% addition of water, brined in a saturated salt solution at 10-11 deg C for 3.5 days and ripened at 10-12 deg C during the first 15 days and then at 12-14 deg C.

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