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  • n. The lipids in milk.

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Examples

  • Individual cheeses, labeled as cheese, must meet certain criteria such as milkfat, but there is a spectrum: cheese pasteurized process cheese (a mixture of cheeses that is then pasteurized) pasteurized process cheese must be at least 51\% cheese; the rest may be other dairy produces pasteurized process cheese spread is cheese food with a sweeteners and a stabilizing agents,

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  • Now I am consoling myself with milkfat (hot cocoa) and booze (schnapps).

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  • Dairy Queen's founders -- John McCullough, his son Alex McCullough, and their partner Ronald Baker -- literally invented soft-serve, which is lower in milkfat than regular ice cream and is processed and stored at a warmer temperature.

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  • By law, ice creams must contain at least 10% milkfat.

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  • Imagine a fine chocolate truffle, without the chocolate — just pure milkfat, whipped up with field-fresh herby goodness.

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  • Legally, in the U.S. anything called heavy cream must contain at least 36% milkfat.

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  • Pasteurized process cheese product is process cheese that doesn't meet the moisture and/or milkfat standards.

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  • The cheese must be spreadable at 70 F, contain 44 to 60% moisture, and have at least 20% milkfat.

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  • For pasteurized process cheese, the final product can have a maximum moisture content of 43% and must have at least 47% milkfat.

    Cheese and Lactose

  • Pasteurized process cheese food is a variation of process cheese that may have dry milk, whey solids, or anhydrous milkfat added, which reduces the amount of cheese in the finished product.

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