Cheesemaking Practice

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Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 529 pages
The widely used previous edition has been brought fully up-to-date by authors with a worldwide reputation for excellence. From the basic descriptions of "how to" complete each stage of the process, right through to the details of the causes & remediation of faults, this book covers all the areas required by the professional cheesemaker, including raw materials; separation; texturing & draining equipment; molding machinery & presses; & other types of equipment & packaging machinery. This highly practical book is written specifically for those involved with commercial cheesemaking - either directly or as ingredient or equipment suppliers.

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Contents

World Production and Markets for Cheese
12
Cheese Varieties
24
Introduction to Cheesemaking
37
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