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I use conversion factors or scales in situations like these.
Characteristic of cream cheese.
Cream cheese is a soft, mild and high fat cheese, which are manufactured from cream and milk.
There are two main types of cream cheese depending if the cheese is packed cold or warm:
• Cold packing.
The cheese mass is pressed, cooled, salted and mixed to desired consistency, possible adding flavors before packing in foil, carton or glass closed with a metal lid.
• Warm packing.
The cheese mass is added salt, emulsifier & stabilizer plus possible flavor, heat-treated, homogenized and the cheese mass is packed fluid and warm.
Origin and usage:
Production of UF cheese. When manufacturing Feta cheese with Ultrafiltration (UF) follow process schematic in fig 7.2. Ask for schematic fig.7.2 -3 via email to Danlac Canada Inc.
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This is for making eyes (holes) in your cheese such as Emmental, Baby Swiss, American style cheese, Maasdam types etc.
If you like spec sheet for this product then please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you like us to email you a recipe Gruyere and spec sheets please send request to email@example.com
This will help you find the starter culture rate and the ingredients to use.
Another way is to go to www.danlac.com/store and search by cheese recipe and scoll down and that way find the ingredients needed.
HOMOGENIZING OF CHEESE MILK: Homogenizing of cheese milk is used for the following types of cheese: Blue Cheese, Feta, Romi, Dimiyati, Akawi, Nabulsi, Baladi and similar cheese. By means of homogenization, fat globules are broken down into smaller
CHEESE MILK PASTEURIZATION (heat treatment):
1 BACTERIOLOGICAL CONDITION:
CHEESE STARTER CULTURE:
Requirements to cheese starter culture.