Jan 1, 1975

Mass transfer in production of milk protein coprecipitates

Die Nahrung
M Kabus


During the last twenty years heat coagulation has become a more important technical procedure for the isolation of milk proteins because of its very efficient utilization of raw material. Experiments are reported to get approximation equations for the mass transfer in the production of milk protein coprecipitates from skim milk and mixtures of skim milk with rennet and acid whey by means of statistical planning and interpreting of experiments. Good exactness was reached. The coagula consist of casein fractions, whey protein fractions, calcium, and phosphates. The products are thermically rather stable, sensorically indifferent and contain water insoluble protein. They are suitable to improve the fat: protein ration of sausages, but also for the protein enrichment of other foods and for dietetic purposes.

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Casein allergenic extract
Calcium [EPC]
Whey Proteins
Milk Proteins
Blood Coagulation

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