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Better Butter II

Robert Bradley, Ph.D
Emeritus Professor, UW-Madison Food Science Department

Better Butter II provides updated and expanded information regarding all aspects of quality buttermaking. Robert Bradley, Ph.D, an Emeritus Professor in the UW-Madison Food Science Department, builds upon the knowledge he shared in Better Butter Vol. 1. Better Butter II includes two new chapters, detailed diagrams and schematics and numerous updates. New chapters address product safety issues and new butter-based products such as butter blends and whips. As a leading expert on butter and a long-time educator, Bradley is passionate about sharing his knowledge and guidance regarding butter manufacture and urges all buttermakers, large and small, to focus on quality. Look Inside Better Butter II.

Dust Fires and Explosions Associated with Dairy Powders

Karen Smith, Ph.D
Center for Dairy Research

Dust Fires and Explosions Associated with Dairy Powders is a technical handbook highlighting the science behind dust fires and explosions in the dairy industry. The handbook contains more than 50 pages of material ranging from the chemistry of an explosion to prevention methods successfully used in the industry today. Created by processing expert, Dr. Karen Smith and funded through the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board and Dairy Management Inc, this handbook is an excellent resource for all dairy companies dealing with powders.

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