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Zonal differences of body texture of Gruyere cheese


, : Zonal differences of body texture of Gruyere cheese. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 120(44): 11

Quality of hard cheese is judged by the consumer on taste, smell and appearance and sensory evaluation is significantly affected by texture (mouthfeel) of the cheese. Texture can vary considerably, mainly due to zonal variability of water content. Property of cheese body under mechanical stress was examined to estimate variations within a Gruyere cheese round. Uniaxial compression tests applied were deformation, shear strength and shear strength at a deformation of 1/3 of sample height.

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