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How to Maintain the Viscosity of Margarine Butter?


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#1 hygienic

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 08:07 AM

Hi;


One of my friends who is Margrine maker , has a regular problem with viscosity , he can not keep the viscosity of margrine after removing from fridge , it should always soft and having viscosity , do you know how to get is there any particular ingredients to be added can do this purpose , please margrine or dairy makers can advise .



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#2 saqibfst

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Posted 19 October 2012 - 08:43 AM

hi Hygienic
your friend should add emulsifier.
there are two type of emulsifier , oil in water emulsifier where oil is dispersed phase and water is contineous phase while the other one called water in oil emulsifier that is vice versa of oil in water . so in butter or margerine we usually use water in oil emulsifier which homogenised the misture and make it emulsion which delay the the process to make ice crystal or inhibit to make ice crystal give smooth texture .
i think your friend will have to select the specific emulsifier.

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