milk whey

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Noun1.milk whey - the serum or watery part of milk that is separated from the curd in making cheesemilk whey - the serum or watery part of milk that is separated from the curd in making cheese
blood serum, serum - an amber, watery fluid, rich in proteins, that separates out when blood coagulates
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Concentrations of different food extracts such as Gliadian 1st, Gliadian 2nd, glutenin, egg white, egg yolk, peanut, buffalo milk curd, buffalo milk whey, cow milk curd and cow milk whey were found as 2.4mg/ml, 2.0mg/ml, 0.95mg/ml, 10.53mg/ml, 12.5mg/ml, 8.30mg/ml,29.63mg/ml, 2.48mg/ml, 27.78mg/ml and 8.066mg/ml (Figure 1).
However, the concentration of [beta]-Lg was more in buffalo milk whey proteins.
A product from Bulgaria does not contain milk whey powder and has a lower content of microelements and vitamins.
We experimentally investigated the effect of CHVIA treatment on microbiological contamination, sanitary and hygienic properties and organoleptic parameters of milk, milk whey and water.
Almeida KE, Tamime AY, Oliveira MN (2009) Influence of total solids contents of milk whey on the acidifying profile and viability of various lactic acid bacteria.
Milk whey protein was purchased from Arla Foods Japan and Arla Foods Ingredients, Japan K.K.
Proteomic analysis of whey proteins of camel, cow, buffalo, goat, and yak milk has revealed that camel milk whey proteins are hierarchically clustered differently than those from the other species [3].
Phenylalanine concentration was higher in camel (57 [+ or -] 1.50 mg/g), sheep (51 [+ or -] 1.39 mg/g) and cow (44 [+ or -] 1.25 mg/g) milk whey proteins.
Bryndzove Haluky is traditionally washed down with incica - a drink made of sheep milk whey. Beer is also popular in Slovakia and has been brewed there for more a millennium.
and Alvarez, M.M., Production of probiotic biomass (Lactobacillus casei) in goat milk whey: comparison of batch, continuous and fed-batch cultures.