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By Anna McElhatton, Mustapha Missbah El Idrissi

This quantity of the Trilogy of conventional Foods, a part of the ISEKI foodstuff sequence, describes vital facets of the creation of meals and drinks from everywhere in the globe. The goal of this quantity is to supply readers with an appreciation of the way items have been at the start made, and which components have formed their improvement through the years. a few smooth items have remained neighborhood, whereas others are commodities that seem in peoples’ cupboards around the globe.

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The traditional method of draining out the whey was to fill quark into linen or cotton sacks and to form piles of these sacks, causing pressure on the lower layers. After 7–9 h and several re-packings of the sacks, they were emptied and cleaned. For a more defined pressure, the sacks were also treated in a pressing machine (Fig. 2a). Later on, coagulation was performed in a special vessel (“Quarkfertiger”) with a perforated lid. After fermentation, the coagulum was moderately cut and covered with a cloth, the vessel was turned for 180° and the whey could drain out through the lid (Fig.

It was there that they first saw a product which could be considered a predecessor of today’s Túró Rudi. Having no information about the name of this soft, round confection made from a mixture of lactic acid curd, butter and fat (and then sugared and coated in chocolate), they simply called it túró mignon. This was probably where they got the idea to develop a similar product which could appeal to the Hungarian palate. The túró mignon was also mentioned in their report on the study trip, published in the pages of Hungarian Dairy Industry Newsletter.

Acid–rennet curd cheese (produced by centrifugal method), with uniform structure, natural, or flavored. • Acid–rennet curd cheese similar to American cottage cheese. 04 % CaCl2, with traditional curd treatment. • Milk–buttermilk and buttermilk curd cheese (obtained from a mixture of milk and buttermilk or only buttermilk) with traditional method of curd treatment. There are also ripened curd cheeses that are produced from skimmed curd cheese through the crushing of the curd, salting, and seasoning with cumin or pepper, followed by maturation for up to twelve days.

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