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More stretchability of homogenized milk LFMCs is due to the fact that homogenization results in small disrupted fat droplets covered with casein.
Here's the deal with the pasteurized and homogenized milk you drink, even if it's certified organic: Pasteurization destroys enzymes, vitamin C, vitamin B-12 and vitamin B-6; kills beneficial bacteria; and has been linked to allergies, tooth decay, colic in infants, growth problems in children, osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease and cancer.
The polymerization worked best when the monomers were suspended in a solvent in the form of an emulsion, very much like fat droplets are suspended in water to form homogenized milk. Emulsifiers were needed to prevent the tiny droplets from coalescing and soap was an ideal candidate.
Martin had a word against the use of homogenized milk, as per the work of cardiologist Kurt Oster, MD, of Fairfield University (December 2003).
Stremicks Heritage Foods yesterday said it received the "#1 Tasting Organic Milk in America" award from the organization American Masters of Taste, because of its "superior taste in each of its varieties -- Reduced Fat 2%, Low Fat 1%, Fat Free and Whole Milk Homogenized Milk."The milk was judged against other organic rivals by a panel of Masters of Taste executive chefs in a triple-blind taste test in Northern California.The judging panel was led by Jesse Sartain, the founder and national director of the American Masters of Taste, and the Chefs In America Awards Foundation.
Homogenized milk Milk that has been processed so that the milkfat is distributed throughout the milk and does not separate.
This was in the days before homogenized milk, and so at the top of each bottle there were three or four inches of pure cream.
Such benefits cited by the respondents were an absence of the chemicals contained in homogenized milk, improved amino acid content, better intestinal absorption, and greater vitamin and mineral content.