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Do not let the fact that a bottle is from a state that is known as a diary state dissuade you from buying it. Many of the bottles from these states are rare and command high prices. Bottles with more than one color will usually bring higher prices. Bottles with attractive graphics on their reverse side will often bring higher prices things such as babies; war related themes patriotic themes and herds of cows are just a few things to be on the lookout for. A word of caution In the last several years reproductions of some milk bottles have begun to appear more and more. Fortunately the vast majority of reproductions are of other types of milk bottles but there are reproductions of 1 quart Pyro-Glaze milk bottle as well.
Fat Soluble Vitamins - include vitamins A D E and K. Water-soluble vitamins are the B1 (thiamine) B2 (riboflavin) B6 (pyridoxine) Biotin Niacin (nicotinic acid) Pantothenic Acid Para-amino benzoic acid Inositol Choline Folic acid B12 and Ascorbic acid. Fat rich milk products contain large quantities of fat soluble vitamins whereas whole milk skim milk buttermilk and whey are a good source of water soluble vitamins. Minerals The portion left after ashing of milk at 150ºC is known as the ash of milk and is composed of various inorganic constituents. Ash forms about 0.75 % of milk and plays a very important role in milk and is basic in character. The minerals in milk consist principally of the chlorides citrates and bicarbonates of calcium magnesium potassium and sodium.
Casein May be defined as the major protein which is precipitated at pH 4.6 and is exclusive to milk. It is present in spherical bodies as micelles which vary in size with negative surface charge. The caseins of milk may be sub-divided into five main classes αs1 αs2 β gamma and k-caseins. In milk casein is present in combination with calcium in the form of calcium caseinate or more precisely calcium hyhdrogen caseinate. Whey proteins Are those in the whey fraction after the precipitation of casein at pH 4.6. These are the alpha-lactalbumin beta-lactoglobulin immunoglobulins lactoferrin transferrin proteose-peptone fractions etc. Most of these are globular proteins subject to heat denaturation. α-lactalbumin exists in variants A and B forms and is susceptible to denaturation by unfolding of the tertiary structure. β-lactoglobulin is identical to blood globulin and insoluble in water and is responsible for the transfer of antibodies.