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Manufacture of Other Plant-Based Milk – Non-Milk Processing

Different milk / vegan alternatives to milk are plant extracts and their extracts from water. There are many different types of milk made from nuts, seeds, grains, and vegetables. Although the final product is used by consumers in the same way, the processes of milk production based on different crops vary depending on the raw materials used. This application report will manage the following smart processes:

  1. Nut Milk
  2. Pure Milk
  3. Milk Seeds
  4. Coconut milk
  5. Grain Milk

The process

Peanut Milk:

Peanut milk is usually made from almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, or macadamia nuts. These drinks can be made from whole grains, groundnuts, or powdered peanuts (or flour). When the attachment is used, it should be smooth to ensure that the mouth sounds properly in the final product. Peeled nuts can be roasted to enhance the flavor, or they can be cooked to a blend. The final product is usually filtered through a fine filter to remove any large particles. (Note: Cashews and macadamia nuts are the only nuts or seeds that can be used to make milk without filtration). Stabilizers and stabilizing agents such as locust gum, gellan gum, acacia gum, and carrageenan can be used to improve oral hygiene and extend shelf life. Mineral or vitamin powders may be added to the fortified product.
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Soya / Legume Milk:

Soy milk is the most popular legume-based milk. Pea milk is the latest in the market and is based on yellow field peas. Soy milk can be made from whole soybeans (soaked in water and ground) or powdered (whole soy flour, soy protein isolate, soy protein concentrate, or dried soy powder). Stabilizers and stabilizing agents such as locust gum, gellan gum, acacia gum, and carrageenan can be used to improve oral hygiene and extend shelf life. Mineral or vitamin powders may be added to the fortified product.

Seed milk:

Non-dairy alternatives to milk may also be based on seeds, in general, sunflower seeds or hemp seeds. All seeds are immersed in water before digesting water. The final product is usually filtered through a fine filter to remove any large particles. Stabilizers and stabilizing agents such as locust gum, gellan gum, acacia gum, and carrageenan can be used to improve oral hygiene and extend shelf life. Mineral or vitamin powders may be added to the fortified product.

Coconut milk:

Pure coconut milk is often sold in tins and used in cooking, while coconut milk drinks are often processed and sold in inboxes. Coconut milk is extracted from the skin of removed coconut skin. Meat is mechanically ground, mixed with water, and pressed into milk, which is then filtered to remove impurities. Although coconut milk contains natural emulsifiers, the product tends to split while keeping the fat-rich cream floating on top. Additional solvents such as guar gum may be added to prevent this. In areas where fresh coconut is rarely available, condensed coconut milk can be made from concentrated or powdered coconut milk, or coconut water (clear liquid found inside the coconut shell). Coconut milk drinks can include other ingredients such as rice or soy. They usually contain compounds such as pectin or locust gum and are often fortified with vitamins and minerals, to complement the nutritional profile of cow’s milk.

Grain Milk:

The most common cereal milk is oat and rice milk. Barley, spelling, and buckwheat are also used to make other plant-based alternatives to milk.

Oat milk

Oat milk is produced by immersion and mixing oats with water. Oil can be added to improve oral hygiene and improve the quality of healthy food. The final product is usually filtered through a fine filter to remove any large particles. Stabilizers and stabilizing agents such as locust gum, gellan gum, acacia gum, and carrageenan can be used to improve oral hygiene and extend shelf life. Mineral or vitamin powders may be added to the fortified product.

Rice Milk

Industrially, rice milk is usually made by mixing rice syrup with water and then thickening it with rice flour and starch.

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