Process for preparing a curd-like product from cottonseed and other oilseeds
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A bland curd-like product is derived from glandless cottonseed by an aqueous extraction process. After a heat treatment of a cottonseed "milk", coagulation is allowed to occur and the whey is separated. The coagulum is then spray-dried to provide a product with longer shelf-life.
Kajs, Theresa M. (1981). Process for preparing a curd-like product from cottonseed and other oilseeds. United States. Patent and Trademark Office; Texas A&M University. Libraries. Available electronically from