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Casein derivatives and method of producing the same


, : Casein derivatives and method of producing the same. United States Patent: (4 126 607)

Both low-viscosity and high-viscosity casein derivatives with different food uses are prepared by the addition of 1-3% of one of the edible di- or tri-basic salts of phosphoric acid (or any of their complex dehydration products), to a slurry of casein and water, followed by neutralization with calcium hydroxide.

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