butterfat

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butterfat

[′bəd·ər‚fat]
(food engineering)
A mixture of glycerides derived from fatty acids; the natural fat of milk and butter.
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Homogenizing milk disrupts the chemical structure of milkfat so drastically that it releases a torrent of enzymes that promptly turn raw milk rancid.
Cream The portion of milk containing milkfat. In raw milk, cream rises to the top of the milk when it is cooled.
Chart 1: World milk solids 2005 (tonnes per region) 45 million tonnes of milkfat and protein Consumption (kg per capita) Exports Production Imports Europe (23) Indian/Pakistan/BD/SL (5) USA/Canada (18) Latin America (8) Russia/CIS (12) Middle East (8) China (+1) Africa--sub Sahara (2) Japan/Korea (5) Africa--North (5) South East Asia (1) Australia (18) New Zealand (16) Note: Table made from bar graph.
Forget wholesome milk or cream - a processed strawberry milkshake from a burger joint is made of milkfat, guar gum, cellulose gum, sodium phosphate, carrageenan and citric acid.
The following are the most commonly used dairy products in the bakeshop and their approximate milkfat percentage.
Whole cow's milk is more than 87 percent water, with the balance made up of proteins, minerals, lactose (milk sugar), milkfat, vitamins, and some trace elements.
Up to 90% of the CLA in milkfat is in the cis-9, trans-11 configuration, which, emerging research indicates, holds anti-cancer properties and could have positive effects on cardiovascular health.
Japan's premium ice cream market is dominated by Haagen-Dazs Japan Inc., which holds an 80 percent market share with its rich ice cream that contains about 12 percent milkfat.
SWP is produced by drying fresh whey from which the milkfat has been removed during the preparation of Cheddar, Mozzarella, Swiss or other cheeses manufactured principally with rennet type enzymes--casein-coagulating enzyme preparations.
"So last year we introduced Double-Dutch Chocolate in 4 percent milkfat. It may fly in the face of low-fat and low-carb diets, but people love it," says Over.