Incorporating feed such as Butterfat
Extra Flakes into a buffer ration can typically result in a rise of butterfat
of up to 0.
Their milk is richer than that of Holsteins but not as high in butterfat
as Jerseys or Guernseys.
Wheat spawn grain interacted with the various oils to induce mean stipe diameters in the order of cotton or coconut, groundnut, butterfat
, palm or palm kernel oil.
The PAL-1 digital refractometer gives a clear indication of the butterfat
content in a quick, simple, unambiguous way.
Butter comes from little droplets of fat called butterfat
, which are a natural part of cream.
All are made without the dairy derivatives lactose, butterfat
, milk, whey and casein.
They fed other rats a diet augmented with the same amount of butterfat
but containing the usual proportion of CLA.
The measurement of fecal fat excretion (1) remains an important test in the diagnosis of fat malabsorption despite the development of alternative biochemical investigations, such as the butterfat
test (2), steatocrit (3), and triolein breath tests (4), and alternative diagnostic strategies in gastroenterology.
A nationwide shortage of butterfat
, the main ingredient in chocolate, pastries and other rich foods has food makers struggling with record prices for butter, ice cream and cheese.
The time-honored appeal of ice cream, besides its cooling effect, is its "feel"--the smooth, creamy taste sensation that its high butterfat
content provides (as much as 20 percent butterfat
in some of the highly touted, high-priced brands).
Roquefort is the boldest; creamier blue cheeses include blue castello, sweet gorgonzola or regular gorgonzola (sharper flavor), and saga blue and cambozola (both have enough butterfat
to fit the next category).
These fats are used as substitutes for butterfat
and cocoa butter, as transfree solutions for fillings for chocolate and confectionery products, and in the cosmetics industry.