Dairy products, how should it be stored?

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Calcium, dairy products that are rich in protein and vitamins plays an important role in growth and bone health. However, to ensure the maximum benefit from these products you need to keep in the right conditions

The first rule that should be considered in the storage of dairy products soon after the purchase of the product, the necessity of placing it in the fridge. Products in the refrigerator at +4 and +6 should be stored at temperatures between 0C reminded that Istanbul University, Faculty of veterinary medicine, Prof. Dr. bülent Nazli, cheese, yogurt, butter and dairy products such as storage conditions necessary for maintaining intact, preserving the nutritional value of explained.

Coy, “the portion of milk and dairy products in the refrigerator due to Frequent opening and cover the sections of the rack should not be placed in close to the cover. Break it up into portions and products consumed daily should be served that way. If it’s a product to be placed back in the refrigerator, should be stored in a clean container. To keep the smell of dairy products and the environment they are meant to certainly be affected by the microbiological load in the door must be closed,” he said.

Different products stored in the same container, the products are declared on the label for expiration dates to be monitored, Dr. bülent Nazli, who emphasized the necessity, the important points summarized:

Feta cheese: white cheeses in brine are usually covered in water in the refrigerator can be kept for sale, or can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge or wrapped up and stretch.

Cheddar cheese: the air contact with an undesirable product. After opening the package, the remaining balance should be placed in weather proof necessarily it should be wrapped with stretch or rough. Some medical specially in the way moldy bitches are sold. However, unless stated on the label are not suitable to consume moldy cheese.

Cream cheese: served as opening the package and the lid should be always closed, and the portions should be stored in the refrigerator as is.

Cheese: should be wrapped with stretch or should be placed into an airtight container after opening.

Yogurt: should be stored in the refrigerator and should not be left for long periods. Chemically yogurt has a water content of at least 80 percent. Therefore, the result of impact, water ingress may occur.

Butter: the property of smell is a product with very high tensile. Consequently, air-tight and stored in airtight containers should be wrapped with in a manner that’s as it should be.

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