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(ˈkeɪsɪˌneɪt; ˈkeɪsiːˌneɪt)
a salt of casein
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(ˈkeɪ siˌneɪt, -si ə-, keɪˈsi neɪt)

a metallic salt of casein.
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Normally non-dairy coffee creamers contain corn syrup solids (60% to 65%), vegetable oil (30%, hydrogenated coconut or palm oil), sodium caseinate (2% to 5%) and other ingredients (emulsifiers, stabilizers, anti-caking agents, and color and flavoring agents).
Rosenfeld says, "Reading the ingredients list is an easy way to determine to what degree a food has been processed." For example, if a bag of frozen broccoli lists broccoli as the only ingredient, it is minimally processed; however, a bag of broccoli with cheese sauce may contain sodium caseinate, autolyzed yeast extract, disodium guanylate, BHA, and artificial flavors and colors.
Light and crispy, theproteincomes from human-grade caseinate, a milk-based proteincommonly used in health supplements.
More likely, such efforts are attributable to a weakening of hydrophobic interactions at lower temperature, thereby weakening the interactions of caseins in the caseinate particle (Farrell et al.
The carbon footprint of soy protein isolates for example, is seven to 70 times lower than analyzed animal or dairy proteins, such as whey, chicken, milk, pork, caseinate, and beef.
It retains optimal compatibility with other polymers, such as poly (vinyl alcohol) (ALVES et al., 2011), polysaccharides such as chitosan (BONILLA & SOBRAL 2016), and others proteins such as sodium caseinate (BONILLA & SOBRAL, 2017a).
5uL of protein marker (fermantas 11-170 kDa) was loaded for whey samples while sodium caseinate was used as standard for casein samples.
Sodium caseinate or calcium caseinate is often used as an emulsifier, fat-free stabilizer or humectant in meat products.
Redbarn partnered with one of the largest human-grade caseinate suppliers in the world.
Kulozik, "Tailor made protein based aerogel particles from egg white protein, whey protein isolate and sodium caseinate: influence of the preceding hydrogel characteristics," Food Hydrocolloids, vol.
And, take a closer look at products labeled "non-dairy" before putting them in your shopping cart: Some "non-dairy" coffee creamers and whipped toppings contain sodium caseinate, a product derived from milk.
In this well-conducted but small study, participants were given commercially available whey, calcium caseinate and malto-dextrin powders to mix with sugar-free flavor concentrates.