fermented milk


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fermented milk

Any cultured dairy product, such as buttermilk, cheese, kefir, koumiss, and yogurt.
See: koumiss
See also: milk
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Given the soaring popularity of fermented milk, various food manufacturers are introducing fermented milk products in different variants to tap the health-conscious consumer base.
Orange flavored and papaya flavored fermented milk beverage with mixed probiotic culture was adequate for the microbiological safety requirements at the earlier stages of refrigeration.
aureus and yeast and moulds in the fermented milk was due to post-processing contamination from unhygienic food handling practices.
In most traditions, inoculum of unknown microbial identity from previously fermented milk is used as starter culture.
Figure 1 shows the behavior of the soluble solids of fermented milk beverages prepared with different mass ratios of a mixture of whey and whole or skim milk.
casei in the commercial fermented milk product revealed that when population P was plotted against time t, the relationship reflects a zero-order rate mechanism (Figure 2a) as justified by the value of the coefficient of determination close to 1.0 (Table 3).
[7.] Dewan, S., Tamang, J.P: Dominant lactic acid bacteria and their technological properties isolated from the Himalayan ethnic fermented milk products.
The progress of fermentation for both inoculum and fermented milk will be presented.
The fermented milk was sampled at 0, 4, 8, 24, 48, 72, and 96 h post-cultivation for determination of yeast and LAB populations using direct counting.
This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Fermented Milk market in East Europe.
The Swedish study found another connection between eating a lot of fermented milk products like yoghurt and kefir.
No doubt you've heard about the health benefits of yogurt, the most widely consumed fermented milk product in the world.