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Quality Characteristics of Bokryung-Byung Prepared with Bokryung (Poria cocos Wolf) Powder
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Food Preservation
  • Volume 19, Issue 4,  2012, pp.510-518
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Food Preservation
  • DOI : 10.11002/kjfp.2012.19.4.510
 Title & Authors
Quality Characteristics of Bokryung-Byung Prepared with Bokryung (Poria cocos Wolf) Powder
Choi, Mi-Ae;
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 Abstract
In this research, to modernize traditional food and to make functional bokryung-byung, bokryung-byungwas made with Poriacocos Wolf powder added. During its storage, its moisture content ranged from 42.89 to 44.85%. The control group had the highes tmoisture content (44.85%), and it was reduced significantly as the Poriacocos Wolf powder in creased. The longer the storage period was, the lower the pH and the higher the acidity was. The total bacterial count increased from 2.70 to 3.00 Log CFU/g right after the manufacture and increased rapidly on the fourth day of the storage with more than 7.00 Log CFU/g. There was no difference between the control group and the bokryung-byung, though. The Hunter's color value after the manufacture, with the increase in the added Poriacocos Wolf powder, showed a significantly reduced brightness, but significantly increased redness and yellowness. Their chromaticity did not change, how ever, during their storageat a temperature of . The hardness, solidity, gumminess, and cohesiveness of the bokryung-byung increased, unlike in the control group, and its brittleness increased. In terms of the overall preference, the preference for the control group was high, but was higher when 5 % Poria cocos Wolf powder was added during the manufacture of the bokryung-byung. As a result of these correlations, it is believed that elastic and chewy dduks are preferred and bokryung-byungs could be developed as functional dduks.
 Keywords
Bokryung-byung;Poria cocos Wolf powder;total bacterial count;color value;correlations;
 Language
Korean
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