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Skim Cheese as an Indispensable Food for the Poor in Egypt

Nature volume 158, pages 747748 (23 November 1946) | Download Citation

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SKIM cheese is prepared in Egypt from milk skimmed by hand. It may either be eaten fresh or left to ripen in baked earthenware pots. To it may be added whey, skim or whole milk, etc. Even under careful supervision, preparations made by the same process showed wide variation in composition.

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  1. Faculty of Agriculture, Fouad I University, Cairo. Oct. 2.

    • M. M. TAHA EL-KATIB

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