Anhydrous milk fat and butteroil are products consisting of more or less pure milk fat. Although they are modern industrial products, they have ancient traditional roots in some cultures. Ghee, a milk fat product with more protein and a more pronounced flavour than AMF, has been known in India and Arab countries for centuries.
Defined by Codex Alimentarius standard CODEX STAN 280-1973, Anhydrous milkfat, milkfat, anhydrous butteroil and butteroil are fatty products derived exclusively from milk and/or products obtained from milk by means of processes which result in almost total removal of water and non‑fat solids. Ghee is a product exclusively obtained from milk, cream or butter, by means of processes which result in almost total removal of water and non‑fat solids, with an especially developed flavour and physical structure.
Milk Protein Concentrate (MPC) is any type of concentrated milk product that contains 40–90% milk protein. MPC contains micellar casein, whey proteins, and bioactive proteins in the same ratio found in milk. As the protein content of MPC increases, the lactose levels decrease. This high-protein low-lactose ratio makes MPC an excellent ingredient for protein-fortified beverages and foods and low-carbohydrate foods.
MPC is typically made from skim milk resulting in fat levels of less than 3%. Common MPC products are MPC-42, MPC-70 and MPC-80, which contain 42%, 70% or 80% protein respectively.
Milk Protein Concentrates are ideal for a large range of applications, including cheese products, cultured products, dairy-based beverages, pediatric nutrition, medical nutrition (enteral foods), weight management products, powdered dietary supplements and sports nutrition products. In general, MPCs provide a concentrated source of protein for nutritional value, sensory and functional properties in the final application.
The Edam cheese was first produced in Netherlands after the town in which is made. The Edam has a pale yellow interior and a crust of red paraffin wax. Its flavour is mild, salty and nutty at the early stage and gets sharper with ageing. Also, it is comparatively low in fat content as compared to other cheeses and has 28% fat in dry matter. The Edam cheese at early stage goes very well with fruits like peaches, apricots, cherries, melons, while the aged Edam cheese is often consumed with pears and apples. Besides this, it is also eaten along with crackers, biscuits and drinks like Pinot Gris, Dry Riesling, Semidry Riesling, Champagne, Chardonnay and Shiraz.
You know baking is all about science, but it’s all about control as well. When you use unsalted butter in a recipe, you can control the exact amount of salt in your baked good. When you use salted butter, you have no idea how much salt you’re using because it varies between each brand you see at the store. Chowhound tells us the exact amount of salt in popular brands and some are double the amount of others! And this doesn’t even include store-brand butter, so who the heck knows how much salt is hiding in those. The flavor in your baked good is completely compromised, especially if butter is the main flavor– think poundcake, sugar cookies, pie crust etc. It doesn’t matter as much in cooking since you can taste as you go, but it’s crucial to control the salt in baked recipes. Pair this with the added salt in your recipe and you’ll wind up with super salty poundcake.
Powdered Milk manufacture is a simple process now carried out on a large scale. It involves the gentle removal of water at the lowest possible cost under stringent hygiene conditions while retaining all the desirable natural properties of the milk – colour, flavour, solubility, nutritional value. Whole (full cream) milk contains, typically, about 87% water and skim milk contains about 91% water.
Salt is a preservative and therefore, salted butter has a longer shelf life than unsalted butter. We’re talking 3-4 months of shelf time. For fresher butter, reach for the unsalted variety. (Or heck! Make your own!) However, some brands add “natural flavor” to unsalted butter, which extends its shelf life (not quite as long as salt). This is usually lactic acid, which also helps regulate its pH.
During olden days, England was the only place where Cheddar cheeses were made. However, many countries all over the world manufacture Cheddar today.
Any cheese producing company or any of the artisan manufacturers in any corner of the world can label the cheese produced by them as ‘Cheddar’ since it is not protected like other cheese names or brands.
Cheddar cheese, the most widely purchased and eaten cheese in the world is always made from cow’s milk. It is a hard and natural cheese that has a slightly crumbly texture if properly cured and if it is too young, the texture is smooth. It gets a sharper taste as it matures, over a period of time between 9 to 24 months. Shaped like a drum, 15 inches in diameter, Cheddar cheese is natural rind bound in cloth while its colour generally ranges from white to pale yellow. However, some Cheddars may have a manually added yellow-orange colour.
Joseph Harding, the “father of Cheddar cheese” who invented modern cheese making techniques described the ideal quality of original Somerset Cheddar as “close and firm in texture, mellow in character or quality, rich with a tendency to melt in the mouth and has full and fine flavour somewhat like hazelnut!”
Our Instant Full Cream Milk Powder is highly praised in the market due to its nutritive value, natural taste and precise composition. We have employed highly skilled people to manufacture these products in a clean and hygienic environment. We are able to manage on time deliveries as we are supported by our advanced processing unit. Our people use highly innovative technology to prepare these powders. We are highly cautious that it won’t cause any health hazards.