How can I extract protein from sweet whey powder to get cheap whey protein powder without the sugar? [closed]
Sweet whey powder (henceforth "SWP") is a byproduct of making cheese and is a commodity. The protein content of SWP is 13.1% protein by weight. The rest of it is largely sugar (74.5%). See its ...
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