The role of milk on the human body can be said to be known to everyone on earth. It is a habit for many people to come in two packs of milk every day. But there are also some people who are worried. What is the quality of this milk? In case this milk contains more antibiotics, how dare you give your child a drink? In fact, the method of identifying milk is very simple. You can identify the quality of milk in one stroke:
Many friends like to drink yogurt, but sucrose and food additives are added to the yogurt purchased from the supermarket. Then the yogurt machine entered the home of ordinary people. Take two or three packs of milk, add the bacteria, and put them in the yogurt machine. After seven or eight hours, the yogurt is ready.
But some friends will find out, why is my yogurt like this? Obviously all bought milk, the same strain. Why can't some brand milk make yogurt? Where is the reason?
In fact, if your yoghurt is unsuccessful, it is precisely a question of milk quality. This kind of milk is not made into yogurt under the same environment, same temperature, same strain, and same yogurt machine, for the following reasons:
If there are many germs in the milk, the lactic acid bacteria necessary for making yogurt will have problems in its survival, and the failure to produce acid smoothly will promote the yogurt to be viscous and semi-solidified. And these miscellaneous bacteria can also produce protease, break down the protein in milk, so that the resulting yogurt is thinner and of lower quality.
When it comes to antibiotics, no one is worried now. We can't see the cattle raised on the farm. We don't know what the whole breeding process looks like. And making milk into yogurt is a very good way to test the content of antibiotics in milk. The lactic acid bacteria necessary to make yogurt are timid and afraid of antibiotics. If there are many antibiotics in milk, it will be difficult for lactic acid bacteria to multiply in large quantities.
BALLYA brand antibiotics sensitivity test allow you easy to analyze your milk if safe or not.