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Effects of the Extract Yam Powder Addition on Yogurt Properties during Storage
Lee, Sun-Young; Ahn, Joung-Jwa; Kwak, Hae-Soo;
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 Abstract
Physicochemical and sensory properties of Dioscorea opposita Thunb. (yam) powder-added yogurts (1, 3, 5, and 7%, w/v) were examined when stored at for 16 d. When the yam concentration increased, the pH increased with 16 d storage. The lactic acid bacteria counts in all yogurt samples showed an increase during storage period, and the highest counts were appeared with 7% yam powder addition. The dramatic decrease was found in viscosity with higher concentrations of yam powder-added yogurt samples. No change was found in allantoin and diosgenin contents for 16 d storage periods. A significantly strong bitterness and astringency and decreased viscosity were found with 5 and 7% yam powder addition. However, less than 3% yam powder-added yogurt samples did not show a significant difference compared with the control (p>0.05) and overall acceptability score was the highest in 3% yam powder-added yogurt throughout the storage. The present study indicated that the concentrations (1 and 3%, w/v) of yam powder could be used to produce yam powder-added yogurt without significant adverse effects on physicochemical, microbial and sensory properties, and enhance functional components from the supplementation.
 Keywords
yam powder;yogurt;allantoin;diosgenin;
 Language
English
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