Preparation and properties of probiotic concentrated yoghurt (labneh) fortified with conjugated linoleic acid
International Journal of Food Science and Technology
Milk of high conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) level (1.25 g per 100 g milk fat) was produced by inclusion of fish oil and rousted soy bean in the ration of Holstein cows as compared to 0.55 g per 100 g milk fat in the milk of animals receiving control diet. Milk of normal (control) and high CLA content (treatment) was spray-dried. Labneh was made from 20 g L−1 reconstituted milk using 3 mL per 100 mL yoghurt starter and 2 mL per 100 mL of probiotic cultures of Lactobacillus casei or Lactobacillus acidophilus. The control (C) and high CLA (T) labneh were analysed chemically and microbiologically, and their viscosities were determined during cold storage for 15 days. The fat content of labneh of high CLA was less than that of the control, but the total solids (TS) were unaffected by the CLA level. Labneh made withLb. acidophilus had lower TS and higher acidity, exopolysaccharides and acetaldehyde contents and viscosity than that made with the use of Lb. casei. Labneh from the different treatments retained high counts of the added probiotic (>108 cfu g−1) throughout the storage period. The storage period had significant effects on all parameters determined.
El-Salam, M. H.; Hippen, A. R.; El-Shafie, K.; and Assem, F. M., "Preparation and properties of probiotic concentrated yoghurt (labneh) fortified with conjugated linoleic acid" (2011). Dairy Science Publication Database. 1112.