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Effects of Spent Layer Crushed Breast Addition on the Quality of the Cremi during Storage
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Effects of Spent Layer Crushed Breast Addition on the Quality of the Cremi during Storage
Jin, Sang-Keun; Park, Jae-Hong; Shin, Daekeun;
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To evaluate the effects of surimi substitution to spent laying hen crushed breast meat on the quality of the Cremi during storage, this study was conducted. Spent laying hen breast meat was crushed using a silent cutter, which is normally adapted to the sausage process. The Cremis were manufactured by the addition of 5 or 10% CSBM and separated to three different groups including control and 5 (05CM) and 10% crushed meat (10CM) treatments. All cremis were packaged and stored at for 3 weeks, and the analysis for the determination of physicochemical and sensory properties of cremi was conducted on week 0 and 3 of storage only. Moisture content was significantly differed depending on storage days and both 05CM and 10CM had high moisture content as compared to that of control (p<0.05). In addition, TBARS was lowered when surimi was substituted up to 10% CM as compared to cremis manufactured by the addition of 5% CM. The cremis sampled from 05CM and 10CM treatments had low in CIE , in contrast showed high in CIE than control (p<0.05). The substitution of surimi to CM did not influence on sensory characteristics even though shear force and gel characteristics were affected (p<0.05). In conclusion, the results indicate that although significantly lowered shear force and gel characteristics were determined in 05CM cremis (p<0.05), trained sensory panels did not recognize the differences of 5 or 10% CM addition. Therefore, it seems that the substitution of surimi up to 10% CM may be secured and economically considerable.
surimi;spent hens breast meat;shear force;sensory evaluation;storage;
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