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International Journal of Dairy Science
  Year: 2009 | Volume: 4 | Issue: 2 | Page No.: 80-90
DOI: 10.3923/ijds.2009.80.90
Chemical, Microbial Counts and Evaluation of Biogenic Amines During the Ripening of Egyptian Soft Domiati Cheese Made from Raw and Pasteurized Buffaloes Milk
Rafaat M. Elsanhoty, H. Mahrous and Ghanaimy A. Ghanaimy

Abstract:
This study was conducted to compare the usage of raw, pasteurized and pasteurized buffalo milk with starter culture in the manufacture of Egyptian soft Domiati cheese. In addition, evaluate the chemical, microbial characterization and evaluation of biogenic amines throughout the ripening. The physical and chemical properties of the manufactured cheese were different. Soluble nitrogen, salt as well as pH values were higher in raw milk cheese in comparison with pasteurized milk cheese and pasteurized milk cheese with starter culture. Considerable changes had occurred in raw milk cheese during the storage period more than these with pasteurized milk cheese and pasteurized milk cheese with starter culture. Cheese made from raw milk showed higher microbial counts during ripening than those made from pasteurized milk. Raw milk cheese showed remarkably higher biogenic amines compared with pasteurized milk cheeses. Therefore, pasteurization of milk led to a decrease in final biogenic amine content of cheese as a result of the reduction of its microbial population. The obtained results suggest that, pasteurization greatly improves the keeping quality of soft Domiati cheese and increase its shelf life and decrease the formation of biogenic amines.
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How to cite this article:

Rafaat M. Elsanhoty, H. Mahrous and Ghanaimy A. Ghanaimy, 2009. Chemical, Microbial Counts and Evaluation of Biogenic Amines During the Ripening of Egyptian Soft Domiati Cheese Made from Raw and Pasteurized Buffaloes Milk. International Journal of Dairy Science, 4: 80-90.

DOI: 10.3923/ijds.2009.80.90

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ijds.2009.80.90

 
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