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 OJAS  Vol.1 No.2 , July 2011
Comparison of free fatty acid composition between low-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses stored for 3 months under refrigeration
Abstract: Differences in free fatty acid (FFA) compositions between low-fat (LF) and full-fat (FF: whole milk) goat cheeses were evaluated during 3 months at 4oC refrigeration. The two types of cheeses were manufactured using a bulk milk from the mixed herd of Saanen, Alpine, and Nubian goat breeds. LF cheeses were made using LF milk after cream separation. FFAs of all cheeses were extracted in diisoprophyl ether using polypropylene chromatography column, and FFA concentrations were quantified using a gas chromatograph equipped with a fused silica capillary column. Moisture, fat, protein contents (%) and pH of fresh LF and FF cheeses were: 55.1, 52.3; 1.30, 25.6; 35.7, 22.5; 5.40, 5.42, respectively. The FFA contents (mg/g cheese) of fresh FF and LF cheeses prior to storage treatments for C4:0, C6:0, C8:0, C10:0, C12:0, C14:0, C16:0, C18:0, C18:1, and C18:2 were: 0.020, 0.072; 0.070, 0.035; 0.061, 0.055; 0.181, 0.167; 0.073, 0.047; 0.174, 0.112; 0.579, 0.152; 0.308, 0.202; 0.521, 0.174; and 0.057, 0.026, respectively. The respective FFA to total fatty acid ratios for 0, 1 and 3 months aged FF and LF cheeses were 8.44, 12.4; 6.31, 16.91; 12.03, 14.19. The LF cheeses generated more FFA than FF cheeses, while actual FFA content in FF cheese was significantly higher than in LF cheese. The FFA contents of LF cheese at 0, 1 and 3 months storage were 48.0, 96.8 and 36.4% of those of FF cheese, respectively. It was concluded LF cheese generated higher amount of FFA than FF cheese, although total FFA content was significantly (P<0.05) lower in LF cheese than in FF cheese.
Cite this paper: nullNouira, W. , Park, Y. , Guler, Z. and Terrill, T. (2011) Comparison of free fatty acid composition between low-fat and full-fat goat milk cheeses stored for 3 months under refrigeration. Open Journal of Animal Sciences, 1, 17-24. doi: 10.4236/ojas.2011.12003.
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