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Hidden Casein Sources

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:02pm

I’ve borrowed this list from TACA & put it here because I refer to the list on a regular basis. 

Artificial butter flavor
Butter
Butter fat
Butter oil
Buttermilk
Casein (casein hydrosylate)
Caseinates (in all forms)
Cheese
Condensed milk
Cottage cheese
Cream
Curds
Custard
Dry milk
Evaporated milk
Ghee
Goat’s milk
Half & Half
Hot dogs
Lactalbumin
Lactalbumin phosphate
Lactic acid starter culture (may contain milk)
Lactoferrin
Lactoglobulin
Lactose
Lactulose
Low fat Milk fat
Lunchmeat
Magnesium caseinate
Malt
Malted Milk Margarine
Milk (in all forms including condensed, derivative, dry, evaporated, goat’s milk, and milk for other animals, low-fat, malted, milkfat, non-fat, powder, protein, skimmed, solids, whole)
Milk cheese lactose
Milk powder
Milk protein
Milk solids
Naturlose (sweetener derived from whey)
Non-dairy creamer butter
Nonfat milk
Nougat
Powdered Milk
Pudding
Rennet casein
Sausage
Skim milk
Sodium lactylate (may or may not contain casein)
Sour cream
Sour cream solids
Sour milk solids
Tagatose (sweetener derived from whey)
Whey in all forms (including sweet, delactosed, protein concentrate)
Whole milk
Yogurt  

 

Ingredients which may contain milk protein flavorings: 

  • Caramel coloring 
  • Brown sugar flavoring
  • Bavarian cream flavoring
  • Coconut cream flavoring
  • Natural chocolate flavoring 

 

Please Make Note:
Lactic acid is found naturally in sour milk but also commercially produced from whey, cornstarch, potatoes and molasses. Therefore, if listed on a product as an ingredient, you must verify its source. 

 

There are some ingredients that sound a lot like casein but aren’t

  • Calcium lactate
  • Calcium stearoyl lactylate
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Cream of Tartar
  • Oleoresin
  • Sodium lactate
  • Sodium stearoyl lactylate

I’ve borrowed this list from TACA & put it here because I refer to the list on a regular basis. 

Artificial butter flavor
Butter
Butter fat
Butter oil
Buttermilk
Casein (casein hydrosylate)
Caseinates (in all forms)
Cheese
Condensed milk
Cottage cheese
Cream
Curds
Custard
Dry milk
Evaporated milk
Ghee
Goat’s milk
Half & Half
Hot dogs
Lactalbumin
Lactalbumin phosphate
Lactic acid starter culture (may contain milk)
Lactoferrin
Lactoglobulin
Lactose
Lactulose
Low fat Milk fat
Lunchmeat
Magnesium caseinate
Malt
Malted Milk Margarine
Milk (in all forms including condensed, derivative, dry, evaporated, goat’s milk, and milk for other animals, low-fat, malted, milkfat, non-fat, powder, protein, skimmed, solids, whole)
Milk cheese lactose
Milk powder
Milk protein
Milk solids
Naturlose (sweetener derived from whey)
Non-dairy creamer butter
Nonfat milk
Nougat
Powdered Milk
Pudding
Rennet casein
Sausage
Skim milk
Sodium lactylate (may or may not contain casein)
Sour cream
Sour cream solids
Sour milk solids
Tagatose (sweetener derived from whey)
Whey in all forms (including sweet, delactosed, protein concentrate)
Whole milk
Yogurt  

 

Ingredients which may contain milk protein flavorings: 

  • Caramel coloring 
  • Brown sugar flavoring
  • Bavarian cream flavoring
  • Coconut cream flavoring
  • Natural chocolate flavoring 

 

Please Make Note:
Lactic acid is found naturally in sour milk but also commercially produced from whey, cornstarch, potatoes and molasses. Therefore, if listed on a product as an ingredient, you must verify its source. 

 

There are some ingredients that sound a lot like casein but aren’t

  • Calcium lactate
  • Calcium stearoyl lactylate
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Cream of Tartar
  • Oleoresin
  • Sodium lactate
  • Sodium stearoyl lactylate
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