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Heat treatments on milk

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  • 1. Heat Treatments on Milk © PDST Home Economics
  • 2. Homogenised Milk Milk is treated so that the fat is distributed more evenly FAT FAT
  • 3. Pasteurised Milk • Most milk is pasteurised • Process kills bacteria without spoiling taste • Milk is heated to 72°C for 15 seconds then cooled quickly
  • 4. Long Life Milk/Ultra Heat Treated Milk • Heated to 132°C • Keeps for months without refrigeration • Packaged in individual portions • Train, restaurants
  • 5. Evaporated Milk • Canned milk • Some water is removed • Used in desserts
  • 6. Condensed milk • Canned milk • Some water removed • Sugar added • Used in desserts
  • 7. Dried Milk • All water removed • Useful in emergencies
  • 8. Soya Milk • Made from soya beans • Used as milk substitute by vegans