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Proteolytic Enzymes Of Ripening Cheddar Cheese , Howard Keltner Zimmerman Jan 1950

Proteolytic Enzymes Of Ripening Cheddar Cheese , Howard Keltner Zimmerman

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Studies On Edam Cheese , Frank Warne Crews Jan 1942

Studies On Edam Cheese , Frank Warne Crews

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Relationship Of Microorganisms To The Disappearance Of Rancidity In Cheddar Cheese , Virgil Arthur Cherrington Jan 1941

Relationship Of Microorganisms To The Disappearance Of Rancidity In Cheddar Cheese , Virgil Arthur Cherrington

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Defects Of Blue (Roquefort Type) Cheese , Higbee Wayne Bryant Jan 1940

Defects Of Blue (Roquefort Type) Cheese , Higbee Wayne Bryant

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Pasteurized Versus Raw Milk In Brick Cheese-Making, Z. Doyle Roundy May 1933

Pasteurized Versus Raw Milk In Brick Cheese-Making, Z. Doyle Roundy

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The prime object of the work undertaken in the present study has been done with the view of determining whether or not the quality and yield of brick cheese may be improved by pasteurizing the milk from which the cheese is made. An effort should be made to put brick cheese-making on a more scientific basis and at the same time produce cheese of better and more uniform quality. Since milk, containing large numbers of undesirable microorganisms thus causing objectionable flavors and odors in dairy products, is frequently delivered to cheese factories to be processed, pasteurization seems to be one ...