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Sodium Caseinate? Let's Stay Together. WTF - Ep. 144

Sodium Caseinate

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1140-50
  • Sourced from milk
  • Common ingredient in cheesemaking
  • Acts as a protein helper with transglutaminase to improve the bond of meat glue
  • Aids in the activation of transglutaminase in gluten free baked goods 
  • Emulsifies meat and dairy products
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Sodium Caseinate aka Casein is a phosphoroprotein commonly found in animal and human milk. Unlike many proteins, casein is not coagulated by heat but by a chemical reaction. It is often used in cheesemaking for clotting. It is also used as a protein helper with transglutaminase to improve the bond of the meat glue.

Note: people who have allergies to milk may have a reaction to casein.

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Dietary Attributes:
Gluten-Free, Kosher (OU), Keto-friendly
Ingredient List:
Sucrose Esters
Allergen(s):
Milk

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