Cheesemaking is all about losing water, and I can control how much water that I lose," says Mark Johnson, senior scientist at the University of Wisconsin's Center for Dairy Research.
What does CDR stand for?
CDR stands for Center for Dairy Research
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Several have been created by the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research in partnership with the U.
Scientists at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research wanted to more thoroughly assess the safety of processed cheese stored at abuse temperatures (around 27 C) by determining the potential for five foodborne bacterial pathogens to grow.
TOTALLY COOL CAREER JOHN JAEGGI MAKES AND STRETCHES PIZZA CHEESE John Jaeggi is a cheese maker at the University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research.
Another sensory-related investigation at the University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research revolves around technology for improving the flavor and acceptability of fat-free cheddar cheeses.