Cheesemaking is an ancient and constantly evolving practice that, despite its humble origins, is deeply rooted in science of all kinds. The practice of cheesemaking is widely believed to have begun some time between 6000-7000 BC, and has been seen to spread across cultures throughout the world. Cheese is not a specific term; it is the generic name for fermented milk-based food products, which are nearly endless in variety. Although there is no official number of cheese types in the world, the number is regarded to be well over 1000 recognized. The process is simple at heart; it is essentially the process of preserving the nutritive value of milk through fermentation, removal of moisture, and addition of salt. Chemistry is absolutely integral
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By Molecular Approaches." Journal Of Dairy Science 96.8 (2013): 4928-4937. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Nov. 2013.
Processed milks are generally homogenized to further disperse the fat globules in the milk. This gives the milk its smooth and uniform texture. It also prevents the rising of cream to the top. After homogenization, softer curds will be produced, and coagulation may no longer be observed.
Milk proteins such as whey and casein are isolated for many different functions in food systems such as: foaming, whipping, gelation, nutrition, flavor enhancement, and emulsification (Punidadas and Rizvi 1998). Casein in milk compromises approximately 78% of proteins found in milk, and determining the amount of casein in milk is essential to cheese manufacturing (Punidadas and Rizvi 1998). Whey proteins in milk are often isolated from cheese production and are used for a variety of reasons such as a nutritional protein supplement. Whey protein isolates are also used as a whipping agent (Punidadas and Rizvi 1998). Milk proteins can be extracted in numerous ways such as the Wijis method, chromatography, and cross flow filtration (Punidadas and Rizvi 1998; Christen and Smith 2000).
Fermentation , originally, is the foaming that occurs during the manufacture of wine and beer, a process at least 10,000 years old. That the frothing results from the evolution of carbon dioxide gas was not recognized until the 17th century. Louis Pasteur in the 19th century used the term fermentation in a narrow sense to describe the changes brought about by yeasts and other microorganisms growing in the absence of air (anaerobically); he also recognized that ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide are not the only products of fermentaion (Britannica).