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Cheddar cheesemaking behaviour of whole milk concentrated by ultrafiltration


, : Cheddar cheesemaking behaviour of whole milk concentrated by ultrafiltration. XXI International Dairy Congress Vol 1, Book 2: 448

Cows' milk concentrated 2-fold by ultrafiltration in 2 plants, one with little turbulence (causing slight homogenization) and the other with a high degree of turbulence (and extensive fat homogenization), was made into Cheddar cheese. The use of non-homogenized concentrated whole milk led to the same problems as that of concentrated recombined milk.


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