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In a dose or long-term at a low temperature Regardless of the pasteurization method, the cheese milk is then cooled, either for incubation temperature for selected starter cultures or to the cooling temperature for the future
applications. Although all pathogens and most spoilage microorganisms are killed pasteurization also kills potentially beneficial or flavor-producing microorganisms.
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(LTLT) systems (unusual in large operations), the milk is continuously stirred in one tank, at a set temperature (legally at least 62.8 C) for a given time (legally at least 30 min at 62.88 C) to guarantee pathogen inactivation. Any lower or shorter temperature time than legal pasteurization means that the cheese must be treated as if it were made from raw milk, meaning the products must be aged for at least 60 days at 1,668 C or higher.
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These factors are a consequence of denatured whey proteins, particularly b-lactoglobulin, binding caseins, especially k-casein. It actually leads the complex between b-lactoglobulin and k-casein to modify the conformation of the k-casein chain at the site of chymosin cleavage, adversely affecting coagulation properties.
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Temperatures higher than legal pasteurization (80 C) may be used to increase. yield; however, gelation takes longer, the speed of gel solidification, as well as its maximum strength, is reduced and the drainage of the gel is more difficult and incomplete.