Handbook of Indigenous Fermented Foods, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded (Food Science and Technology)

This paintings bargains entire, authoritative insurance of present details on indigenous fermented meals of the realm, classifying fermentation in accordance with kind. This variation offers either new and multiplied info at the antiquity and function of fermented meals in human lifestyles, fermentations concerning an alkaline response, tempe and meat substitutes, amazake and kombucha, and more.;College or collage bookstores may possibly order 5 or extra copies at a different pupil fee that's on hand on request from Marcel Dekker, Inc.

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9 ± 0. 01 6. 7 ± 0. 02 zero. five zero. three 1 L. mesenteroides 54 ± 1. zero 6. 8 ± 0. 01 four. 5 ± 0. 2  2. five three. zero 1 L. fermentum 42 ± 1. four 6. 8 ± 0. 02 four. 5 ± 0. 2  2. five 2. zero 1 zero. zero 6. 8 ± 0. 02 four. 3 ± 0. 2  2. five 2. zero 1 Unsterilized rice meal and soy  dhalflour batter Autoclaved rice meal and soy dhal  flour batter S. faecalis a Average of three trials standard error. b Ten subjects formed a panel of judges; scores are averages of individual scores. 3 = very good, 2 = good, 1 = acceptable, 0 = not acceptable. Source: Ramakrishnan (1977). Page 159 portance, nor submitted their laboratory­produced idli samples to controlled organoleptic evaluation. They also repoted no comparisons of their idli made with yeast  inocula and uninoculated, traditionally prepared idli. While the yeasts can possibly leaven the batter if present in sufficient numbers, it is highly unlikely that the yeasts  would produce the acid characteristic of idli­dosa. Also, these yeasts are at best only weakly fermentative. There is a question whether or not tey could by themselves  leaven the batter. Physical Changes Occurring in Batter During Fermentation The essential physical change in the batter is that it becomes leavened by CO2 gas produced by L. mesenteroides. The gas could probably be produced by yeasts if inoculated into the batter. But, under natural conditions, relying upon microorganisms present on the  ingredients, idli is a bacterial fermentation. The batter should rise approximately 50% above its original volume, but the batter may rise by as much as three times its  original volume (Table 18), Steinkraus et al. , 1967. Biochemical Changes Occurring in Substrate During Fermentation In idli made with a 1:1 proportion of rice to black gram, batter volume increased about  47%, 12 to 15 h after incubation at 30°C. The pH fell to 4. 5 and total acidity rose to 2. 8% (as lactic acid) in the same interval (Table 16), Mukerjee et al. , 1965. Using a 1:2 ratio of black gram to rice semolina, batter volume increased 113% and acidity rose to 2. 2% in 20 h at 29°C. Reducing sugars measured as glucose  showed a steady decrease from 3. 3 mg/g of dry ingredients to 0. 8 mg/g in 20 h, reflecting utilization by acid and gas forming organisms (Desikachar et al. , 1960). Purushothaman et al. (1977) found a constant increase in reducing sugar over a 12­h fermentation to 89 mg/g, nearly twice the original value. Protease activity and  amino nitrogen increase substantially; soluble protein increases slightly (Table 14). The flatulence­causing oligo­saccharides are completely broken down during soy idli  fermentation (Agarwal, 1976). Nutritive Changes Following Radhakrishna Rao's (1961) report that idli has an 18% higher methionine content than the unfermented batter and that it protects rats  fed a high­fat, low­protein diet from liver damage, a number of workers have concluded that fermentation does little to improve the overall nutritive quality (van Veen  et al. , 1967; Khandwala et al. , 1962; Ananthachar and Desikachar, 1962). Radhakrishna Rao's finding of an increase in methionine, the limiting amino acid in idli made  with black gram or Bengal gram, has not been substantiated.

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