Antioxidative Effect of Bamboo Smoke Distillates in Palm Oil and Lard during Storage

죽초액의 팜유와 돈지의 저장 중 산패 억제 효과

  • Published : 2004.12.31

Abstract

Effects of bamboo smoke distillates (BSD) in oxidative stability of oil during storage were investigated. BSD at 0.1, 0.5, and 1.0% was added to palm oil and lard, and peroxide, acid, and TBA values were measured during storage at $60^{\circ}C$ for 25 days. Induction periods and relative antioxidant effectiveness (RAE) for the oils were also investigated. Antioxidative effect increased with increasing concentration of BSD. Oil with 0.1% BSD had higher antioxidative effect than that with 0.02% BHT and much higher than that with 0.02% ${\alpha}-tocopherol$. Induction periods of lipid oxidation were 34.27 and 25.61 days for palm oil and lard, respectively. In oxidation reaction, palm oil was more stable during storage than lard. When 1.0% BSD was added RAEs of palm oil and lard were 233.92 and 2371.62%, respectively. Palm oil with 1.0% BSD showed higher antioxidative effect than that with 0.02% BHT, and lard showed much higher antioxidative effect than palm oil.

Keywords

bamboo smoke distillates;oxidative stability;palm oil;lard

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