Biomass was made from cheese-making extracted water bacteria

Gandhinagar: New discoveries for the dairy industry and home industry have been made by the Dairy Chemistry Department. So instead of throwing shredded and cheese-drained water out, biomass can now be produced. This new invention for the livestock and dairy industry can make a big difference.

Methods for making biomass production of lactic acid bacteria using cheddar cheese (cheese-making waste water) using Cheddar Cheese Whey to produce lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus helveticus and MTCC 5463, and Streptococcus thermophilus for growth of MTFC 5461). In a 5 liter capacity fermenter using such medium, 37 ° C. At temperature, 12 liters of Lactobacillus helveticus MTCC 5463 and Streptococcus thermophilus MTCC 5461 can produce 5.51 and 2.56 g of one liter of biomass in 12 hours.

Biomass is used for energy production. The process of energy production is known as bioenergy. Biomass is found in biological form. These biomass contain satisfactory content for making yogurt and whey.

Details of the methodology developed
Cheddar Cheese Whey 75 Heat it for 10 minutes at room temperature. Add WPC – 70% by 0.5%. To perform proteolysis with a solution of papain (0.5%) for 50 s. Keep at room temperature for 4 hours. Then 99 ° C. Heat for 10 minutes at room temperature to autoclave the medium to add manganese sulfate (MnSO, ​​0.01%) and oleic acid (0.1%).

This new method has been developed by the Department of Dairy Chemistry, Dairy Science University, Anand Agricultural University.