Drying milk and milk products
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Drying milk and milk products by Carl W. Hall

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Published by AVI .
Written in English

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Statementby C. W. Hall and T. I. Hedrick.
ContributionsHedrick, T I.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages338
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Open LibraryOL13687528M

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Handbook of Drying for Dairy Products is a complete guide to the field’s principles and applications, with an emphasis on best practices for the creation and preservation of dairy-based food ingredients. Details the techniques and results of drum drying, spray drying, freeze . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hall, Carl W. Drying of milk and milk products. Westport, Conn., Avi Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. Cover title: Drying of milk and milk products. Second ed. published in under title: Drying of milk and milk products. Description: xii, pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm: Other Titles: Drying of milk and milk products: Responsibility: by Carl W. Hall and T.I. Hedrick. DEHYDRATION OF EGGS, MILK, BUTTER AND CHEESE • Eggs • Table 14 Conversion Factors of Dried Egg Products From Whole Egg • Dry Milk • Changes Taking Place in the Drying of Milk • Table 16 Composition of Dry Milks and Whey • Dried Cream • Dry Buttermilk • Dry Whey • Malted Milk • Anhydrous Milk Fat (Butter Oil) • Dried Cheese.

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  About this book Dairy Processing and Quality Assurance, Second Edition describes the processing and manufacturing stages of market milk and major dairy products, from the receipt of raw materials to the packaging of the products, including the quality assurance aspects. Evaporated milk Sweetened condensed milk Drying of milk Infant milk food Humanized infant formula Weaving food Malted milk food Whey power Butter power Yoghurt Cheese Cheddar cheese Cottage cheese Mozzarella cheese Processed cheese Frozen dairy products Sherbets and Ices Preparation and processing of sherbet/ice mix Indigenous milk products. The disadvantage is that drying consumes a lot of energy; in fact, no other process in the dairy industry has a higher energy demand per tonne of finished product. This is due to the fact that approximately 90 per cent of milk is water, and all the water has to be removed by evaporation using by: In book: Dairy Engineering Advanced Technologies and Their Applications Drying of fruits and vegetables. method as a composition sensor for measuring thick liquid milk products such as ice.