i want to know is casein is used in coffee
is casein used in coffee chocolate. even i want to know where casein used.
Casein is a phosphoprotein found in milk and cheese. In both, it makes up about 80% of the protein found.
It may well be present in milk solids used in making chocolate, but it's unlikely to be present in coffee--until you add milk that is.
No, there is no casein in pure coffee. However, most creamers, even dairy-free creamers contain casein! Also, the only way to know your chocolate is casein free is to buy casein free chocolate. Many dark chocolates, 70% cocoa and up, don't contain casein but are made on machinery that processes milk and is cross-contaminated.
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