Brined Cheeses (Society of Dairy Technology)

Society of Dairy Technology
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Composition and micro structure of soft brine cheese made from instant whole milk powder.

Describing, Categorizing and Classifying Cheese

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Food Microstructure 2 1 : , Pickled soft cheese making from recombined milk with added dried butter milk. Journal of Dairy Research 48 2 : , Recombined milk as an alternative to produce Domiati cheese.

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Cheese chemical composition at various storage temperatures. Journal of Agricultural Research, Tanta University 9 2 : , A study of the transfer of Soft cheese solutes into the brine. Interest in membrane ultrafiltration treatment. Technique Laitiere : , , Quality and microstructure of 'Solan' cheese produced by ultrafiltration. Egyptian Journal of Dairy Science 14 1 : , Effect of milk quality and composition on the production of retentate made using ultrafiltration and a soft and a semi-soft cheese made from retentate.

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The manufacture of white soft cheese Gibna Beida from recombined milk. Sudan Journal of Animal Production 2 2 : , Pickled soft cheese from recombined milk. Effect of homogenization pressure.

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The cheese-making process from processing, production to plate.

Year: Volume: 12 Issue: 5 Page No. Abstract: Background and Objective: Sharri cheese is considered as one of the most popular brined cheeses in Kosovo produced on the highlands of the Sharri mountains. The modest mountain conditions and non-standardized production often lead to a non-standardized quality of this cheese. The purpose of this study was to determine the physical and chemical changes, as well as the changes in the total number of bacteria in Sharri cheese during ripening in different brine solutions and temperatures.

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Analyses of physical and chemical parameters such as protein, fat, dry matter , acidity and pH as well as analyses of the total number of bacteria were performed using traditional methods in different periods of ripening on days 1, 3, 7, 15, 30, 45 and 60, respectively. However, no significant changes were seen in pH level or fat content during ripening time.

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Conclusion: The study demonstrates the need to determine the adequate concentration of brine solution and temperature for Sharri cheese production. Salt in Cheese: A Review. International Journal of Dairy Science,