Sour milk product with high protein content
The formulations of sour-milk products made by the thermostat method with the use of protein concentrates are developed. The classic technology of thermosetting is used as a basis, with preliminary preparation of mixtures based on normalized milk, milk protein concentrate (KMBS-65) and serum protein ultra filtration concentrate (KSB-UV-65), followed by pasteurization and suction. Concentrates used in dry form. Milk protein promotes nutrition of tissues not short-lived, but in the long-term, which is very important for intense physical activity, and high intellectual activity. Whey protein is rapidly absorbed and the nutrients that it carries with them, in short time, enter the tissues of the body, including muscle. This allows you to compensate for energy costs in a short time and improve the processes of exchange designed to normalize the work of organs and systems. Protein concentrates are used to improve the density of the bunch and reduce the degree of syneresis. The product is enriched with a concentrate and will act as an additional source of natural milk protein supplementation to the human body. The optimum component composition of the mixture – the sour milk product, using model milk samples and protein concentrates containing 3; 5; 7; 10% of total volume. Control sample, without protein concentrate. In the preparation of mixtures, the optimal temperature for the administration of protein concentrates was determined by a practical method. Experimental studies were carried out at the research laboratories of the National University of Food Technologies. The comparative characteristics of the physical and chemical characteristics (pH, titrated acidity, protein content) and organoleptic (appearance, color, consistency) of the indices in samples with different percentages of the introduced protein concentrates, with each other and with the control sample were performed. The changes of the indicators of the product during storage within 7 days.
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