Advanced Dairy Chemistry Volume 3: Lactose, water, salts and by V. H. Holsinger (auth.), P. F. Fox (eds.)

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About 20% of the available lysine is lost in the manufacture of evaporated milk (Renner, 1983) while losses in dried products depend on the manufacturing procedure. For example, lysine losses are 0-3% for spray dried milk powder, 20-75% for roller dried milk powder and 55% for spray dried lactase-treated milk powder 22 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF LACTOSE (Morrissey, 1985). Dried whey products containing lactose also undergo browning; Saltmarch et al. 44, the point of discontinuity on the water sorption isotherm where amorphous lactose crystallized, releasing water that mobilized reactants for the browning reaction.

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