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Studies in the ripening of surface ripened cheese



Studies in the ripening of surface ripened cheese



J. Dairy Sci, 38: 6, 589



Qualitative and quantitative chromatographic analyses of the amino acids indicated that ripening was more rapid at the surface than in the interior of Limburg cheese.

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