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Food Principles and Applications
Eric Stanley Milholland
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FSHN300, nutrition, nutrition science, Colorado State University
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Date Created: 10/07/16
FSHN300 Chapter 10: Milk Common Forms of Milk  Milk-liquid  Cheese  Ice Cream  Yogurt  Sour Cream  Butter Less Common Milk Products  Bread  Cereal  Cookies  Cakes Very Uncommon Milk Products  Beer  Sports Bar  Clothes Background on Milk  Used as food source for thousands of years  Provides a complete protein source, along with Vitamins A + D o Provides some B-Vitamins  A prominent source of calcium  80% of calcium ingested by Americans is through dairy products Composition of Milk  Lactose: Milk Sugar  Lactic Acid: Metabolized lactose  Lactose Intolerance o Deficiency in lactase o Lactase: Enzyme used to digest lactose  Protein o Casein  About 80% of total protein o Whey  About 18% of total protein o 8oz. cup of milk = approx.. 8 grams of protein  2 servings of milk/ milk products provide almost ½ the recommended daily amount for women and about 1/3 for men  Fat o Called either “milk” fat or “butter” fat o Important for mouthfeel, stability, and flavor o 8 oz. glass has between 0-8 grams of fat o Contains some cholesterol  Vitamins o A and D o Fortification: By Vitamin and Grade  Whole is not required, but most still fortify anyway  Vitamin A: Required in 2% and nonfat milks  Vitamin D: Not required in 2% or nonfat milks, but almost all do this anyways o Contains many of the B vitamins (B1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 12)  B vitamins (riboflavin) susceptible to degradation in sunlight  Most milk is in opaque containers to prevent degradation  Minerals o Calcium  8 oz. cup = 300 mg. of calcium  Almost 1/3 of the recommended daily intake for calcium  Food Additives o Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) o Recombinant Bovine (rBST) o Dairy cattle can’t be given steroids Grading  Milk is graded on bacterial content  Grading done by USA  Voluntary Pasteurization  Named for Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) o Known for heating a liquid to destroy microorganisms o Also isolated yeast and bacteria o Germ Theory of Disease: Pasteur claimed that airborne microorganisms can make people sick  Ultrapasteurization: Hotter than pasteurization  Ultra-High Temperature Processing (Sterilizing): Hotter than ultrapasteurization  Required for all milk that crosses state lines Homogenization  Homogeneous: Uniform throughout  Process that prevents the fat and water from separating  Mechanical Process: Breaks up the fat into minute particles Types of Milk  Fresh, Fluid Cow’s Milk o Whole milk: 3.25% milk fat  At least 8.25% MSNF (milk solids- non-fat) o Reduced-Fat and Low-Fat Milk : 2% or 1% milk fat o Fat-Free or non-fat milk: No more than 0.5% milk fat  Fresh fluid milk from other animals o Goat o Sheep o Camel o Llama  Flavored Fluid Milk o Chocolate Milk o Eggnog  Carbonated Milk o An alternative to soft drinks  Muscle Milk  Ultrahigh-Temperature Milk (UHT milk) o Doesn’t need to be refrigerated until opened  Nutritionally altered fluid milk o Imitation milk o Low-sodium milk o Filled milk o Reduced-lactose milk  Plant-Based Milk o Almond Milk o Soy Milk o Rice Milk  Canned fluid milks o Whole Milk o Evaporated Milk o Sweetened Condensed fortMilk  Dry Milk o Nonfat dried Milk  Shelf stable  Cheaper  Designed as a substitution o Instant Milk  Intended to turn into liquid milk  Creams and substitutes o Cream o Cream substiutes  Cultured Milk o Safe microorganisms added to milk o Buttermilk  Substitute by adding 1 Tbsp. of white vinegar or lemon juice to 1 cup milk o Acidophilus Milk  Lactose-Free o Kefir o Sour Cream Yogurt  Two types of bacteria added to milk  Fermentation occurs  Leaving “active” cultures  Probiotics in Yogurts o Bacteria that have a beneficial effect on health o Ex: Activia Yogurt by Dannon Milk Products in Food Preparation  The flavor of milk is bland and slightly sweet o Exposure to heat, sunlight, metal and cow’s diet can affect flavor  Coagulation can be caused by: o Heat: “Skin” or Film” when heating milk o Acid: To help prevent, add the acid to the milk base o Enzymes: Rennin- The cottage cheese and ice cream o Salt Whipped Milk Products  Fat Content: Higher is more stable o More Fat = More stable  Temperature: Cooler is more stable o Colder = More the fat globules stay in shape  Ex: Cutting butter when warm vs. cold  Sugar: Can increase stability o Water will bind o Add slowly at end or it will make an unstable foam  Won’t allow for enough air to get in  Age: Older is more stable o As it ages, it gets more acidic which helps with stability  Whipping Time: Too much reduces stability  Whipped Cream o Expands to 2-3 times the volume when whipped o Higher fat content leads to more stable whipped cream o Refrigerate cream for at least 2 hours before whipping o Add sugar gradually, near end of whipping  Whipped Evaporated Milk o Expands to 2-3 times volume when whipped o Not as stable or flavorful as whipped cream  Whipped Nonfat Dried Milk o Lower in kcalories than whipped cream o Expands to up to 6 times volume when whipped o Not as stable as whipped cream Storage of Milk Products  Refrigerate o All fluid milk products except unopened UHT milk and some canned milks  Dry milk should be stored slightly below room temperature iClicker Questions iCLicker: According to the National Dairy Council, what is the standard for fat- free and nonfat milk?  A: There is a maximum of 0.5% fat iCLicker: Which of the following best describes the USDA grading guidelines for liquid milk?  A: Grading is voluntary iClicker: Which of these two samples has been homogenized?  A: The image with a more uniform pattern IClicker: Which of the following affects the stabilization of whipped milk products?  A: Fat content, Temperature of the Cream, Sugar Content, and Length of the Whipping Time


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