What do glue, paint, tablets and clag have in common?

Another fascinating snippet from the Gippsland Murray Goulburn newsletter:

“Casein accounts for about 80 per cent of the total protein in skim milk post the separation process. It is mostly associated with cheese-making but is harvested from the curd to be used in many products, including glue, pharmaceutical tablets and some paints. Many of us may remember Clag in artwork made from casein.”

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6 responses to “What do glue, paint, tablets and clag have in common?

  1. Ron Paynter

    OK, so that is why I seem to remember the clag not tasting too bad when I was a little tacker in grade prep.

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  2. I remember recently reading an article on a casein fabric called QMilch which some very clever inventor in Germany came up with. It is apparently very strong and drapes well….

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