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Retardation of Kimchi Fermentation by Addition of Glucono-δ-lacton

글루코노델타락톤의 김치 발효 지연 효과

  • 한진숙 (동의공업대학 식품생명과학계열) ;
  • 강준수 (동의공업대학 식품생명과학계열)
  • Published : 2004.03.01

Abstract

This study was carried out to estimate the effects of glucono-$\delta$-lacton (GDL) on prolongation of shelf-life on Kimchi. Final concentration of added GDL was determined 0.3% according to the result of sensory evaluation. Chemical characteristics and microbiological parameters were monitored during fermentation at 1$0^{\circ}C$. GDL Kimchi showed the initial sharp decrease in pH and gradually increase of pH due to osmotic pressure and then the pH of GDL Kimchi was slowly decreased compared with that of control Kimchi during fermentation. The acidity of control Kimchi was markedly increased around pH 4.5 by growth of microorganism. Otherwise, GDL Kimchi showed that t]le formation of organic acids was slow and little amount compared with that of control Kimchi. HPLC analysis showed oxalic acid, lactic acid, acetic acid, malic acid and succinic acid appeared by fermentation. The production of lactic acid changed a lot in control Kimchi, where as little in GDL Kimchi. Growth of L. mesenteroides at initial stage of Kimchi fermentation was remarkably inhibited by adding 0.3% GDL. It retarded also the growth of L. Plantarum and L. breuis at late stage of Kimchi fermantation and led to reduce the softening of texture and retard over ripening of Kimchi. Tn sensory evaluation of Kimchi, GDL Kimchi showed the similar characteristics to the control Kimchi. This result suggested that GDL can be successfully used for the prolongation of shelf-life and sensory evaluation on Kimchi.

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