- Whey is the liquid component left after the casein has been coagulated and filtered out in the milk.
Whey is a by-product of the cheese making process.
Whey contains a lot of protein, so whey is still a commercially valuable ingredient.
Although casein has been removed, in fact, whey still contains a small amount of fat.
Whey contains lactose, vitamins and minerals.
The use of whey is quite extensive.
Whey can be added to biscuits or bread to increase the nutrients of the food.
Whey can also be used to make animal feed.
Whey will become whey powder after drying.
The dried whey powder can be further processed into food or feed.