Dairy Products. Pasteurization?. In the US, milk is PASTEURIZED to improve the keeping quality of the milk. PASTEURIZATION - heating to destroy harmful bacteria UHT processed (Ultra High Temperature): heated to an even HIGHER temp to increase shelf life!
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destroy harmful bacteria
Milk products are often FORTIFIED (adding in extra nutrients)
for those who are
What does it mean to be lactose-intolerant?
Bodies cannot produce enough LACTASE, which is needed to digest LACTOSE (the natural sugar found in milk)
Types of cream are defined according to the amount of milkfat they contain:
Contains an added bacterial culture that helps restore proper intestinal environment
The protein in cheese makes it difficult to cook!
Can’t cook it too long, or at too high a temperature- otherwise the protein COAGULATES and makes the cheese tough and rubbery!
Dairy products are highly perishable!