the weight of the liquid (without fats, proteins, etc., just the liquid, also known as “serum”).
For this, we add the weight of all the known solid ingredients except the non fat solids:720 g (total fat) + 1360 g (sugars) + 400 g (egg yolk) + 32 g (stabilizer) = 2512 g (weight of totalsolids)8000 g of total base
2512 g of total solids
= 5488 g of the liquid or “serum”
Then use the following formula in order to calculate the amount of milk powder needed for aformula:(Required weight of nonfat solids in kilograms)
(weight of the liquid in kilograms x .092**) /(Weight of nonfat solids in 1 kg. skimmed milk powder***) - (.092**)*These amounts need to be converted to kilograms for precision.** The .092 factor represents the amount of non-fat dairy solids in liquid skim milk (9.2%); thewater content is 91% and the fat content is 0.1%.***The weight of nonfat solids in 1 kg. of skimmed milk powder is always 970 gr. (or .970 kg).There will always be a minimal trace of fat in skim milk (see dairy chart page xxx ingredients) (Do you
want to call for this as “Weight of nonfat solids in 1 kg. of skimmed milk powder in kilograms” as well?
YesBased on the formula and our numbers, we have the following:.640
(5.488 x .092**) = .640 - .504 = .136 = .155 kg.970***
.092** .878 .878Therefore, the required amount of powdered milk to add is 155 gr.