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Volume 17, Issue 5 - Dec 2002
Volume 17, Issue 4 - Oct 2002
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Jul 2002
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Feb 2002
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Functional and Volatile Flavor Components in Myungtae(Alaska pollack) sikhae
Koo, Tae-Ho ; Zhang, Yun-Bin ; Choi, Hee-Jin ; Woo, Hi-Seoh ; Son, Gyu-Mok ; Choi, Cheong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 535~542
The volatile compounds of Myungtae (Alaska pollack) sikhae obtained by simultaneous steam distillation and extraction(SDE) apparatus were separated by gas chromatography(GC) and gas chromatography mass spectrometry(GC/MS). The totals of 155 volatile flavor components was identified in traditional Kyungsangdo Myungtae (Alaska pollack) sikhae, respectively.
-Zingihirene(11.03%) (E)-di-2-propenyl disulfide(7.95%)
-cironellol(6.02%), methyl allyl disulfide(3.58%), cryptone(3.39%), camphene(3.23%), pentanol(3.21%), penadecanal(2.66%) and
-phellandrene(2.06%) were contained as the main compounds of Myungtae shikae. The fraction obtained from sikhae were tested for electron donating ability, angiotensin converting enzyme and xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity. There was no electron donating abilities
of hexane and water fraction. On the other hand, the abilities of ethylacetate fraction and butanol fraction showed
, respectively. Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitory activities
of ethylacetate fraction and butanol fraction were 1.623 mg/mL, 1.303 mg/mL, respectively. Xanthine oxidase inhibitory activities
of ethylacetate fraction and butanol fraction were 3.591 mg/mL, 2.083 mg/mL, respectively.
A Study on Consumer Satisfaction with Food Service Purchase Behavior -Focused on University Students-
Ryu, Mi-Hyun ; Um, Moon-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 543~550
The purpose of this study is to provide basic materials for food service consumption culture by proving the problem with food service purchase and its improvements. For this purpose, it was attempted to grasp university students' food service purchase behavior and level of satisfaction with it and to investigate the factors influencing their level of satisfaction with food service purchase. The questionnaire research was conducted for university students living in Seoul and Chungcheong provinces. 453 questionnaires obtained from them were used for final analysis. As a results, the following finding were obtained: 1. In case of university students, their level of consumer satisfaction with food service purchase was shown to be the score of 37.99(63.06/on the basis of 100 points). They showed the highest level of satisfaction with quality, followed by facility and atmosphere, service, price and the like. 2. The factor having the greatest influence on university students' level of satisfaction with food service purchase was shown to be gender(female), followed by food service place(Korean food restaurant, Chinese food restaurant, Western food restaurant, flour-based meals restaurant), consumer attitude, average monthly food service cost.
A Study on Consumption Behavior of Milk and Dairy products in College Students
Lee, Lil-Ha ; Jung, In-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 551~559
This study was undertaken to investigate intake and consumption behavior of dairy products in college students in order to identify a better way to increase milk consumption. This survey was carried out through questionnaires. The subjects were 307 college students in ChungJu. A total of 98.3% students thought milk as good for health but only 21.5% of them drank it everyday. Most students reported drinking milk two to three times a week. Male students reported drinking milk for drinking, whereas females students for nutrition. College students preferred flavored milk rather than plain milk. Students preferred the drink-type yogurt among the dairy products. The major reason for drinking fermented milk was taste. After drinking the fermented milk, 39.1% of female students thought that fermented milk could prevent constipation. Most students thought that better taste and quality of milk and milk product would increase their consumption.
A Study on the Dietary Behaviors and the Nutrient Intake of Middle School and High School Girls in Iksan
Kim, In-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 560~568
This study was carried out to compare the dietary behaviors and the nutrient intake of a middle school and a high school girls in Iksan. The subjects consisted of 132 middle school girls and 122 high school girls in Iksan. The proportion of subjects eating meals irregularly was higher in the high school girls (98.6%) than in the middle school girls(78.7%). The proportion of subjects skipping a meal also was higher in the high school girls(61.5%) than in the middle school girls(53.8%) and most of them (65.8%) skipped breakfast though they thought breakfast was the most important meal of a day (87.4%). The subjects tended to overeat at lunch (38.6%), and at dinner (55.9%). The main reasons of skipping a meal were 1. They had no time (49.3%), and 2. They had poor appetite (24.7%) Mean daily energy intake was 2198.5Kcal in the middle school girls and 2150.5Kcal in the high school girls and mean daily intake of protein, iron, vitamin
and niacin was significantly higher (p<0.05, p<0.01) in the middle school girls than in the high school girls. Mean daily calcium, iron, vitamin
, vitamin A and C intake of middle school girls were lower than those of RDA and all nutrients intake of high school girls except for phosphorus was lower than those of RDA. The index of nutritional quality (INQ) was under 1.0 for calcium, iron, vitamin A,
and C. Mean blood level of cholesterol, triglyceride, Hb, Hct, GOT, GPT were 170.9mg/dl, 78.9mg/dl, 13.1g/dl, 39.5%, 18.8mg/d and 15.7mg/dl, respectively.
A Study of Recognition of Housewives on Wedding Food in Seoul Area
Lee, Mi-Young ; Yoon, Sook-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 569~577
This study was carried out to survey the degree of the recognition and necessity of wedding food to include
and Ibaji foods prepared by bride's parents and sent to the bridgroom's. The participants of the survey were 293 housewives of 20 years old or more residing in Seoul area. The questionnaires used in this research consisted of 10 questions. The findings could be summarized as follows: 1. As to the degree of the recognition of
food, 55.2 percent of the participants perceive it as 'the food sent to the bridegroomvs house to be used when the newly-weds greet groom's relatives, whereas 35.8 percent regarded the practice as 'a traditional custom from the ancient times,' which is, in fact, correct and exact. As to its importance, 10.2 percent regarded
food very important, while 48.5 percent, 'important,' and 11.9 percent, 'not important.' 2. As for the items for
dishes, 77.5 percent answered their preferences for 'jujube prop-nut,' followed by 'ricecake,' 'liquor' and 'Korean cookies,' in descending order. 3. As for the meaning of Ibaji dishes, 48.2% understand them as 'a set of dishes prepared by the bride's parents to be sent to the bridegroom's'; and as for their willingness or necessity of sending the Ibaji dishes, 15.5 percent indicated that they might prepare them, whereas 78.7 percent said that they would prepare them if the situation required. On the other hand 5.8 percent did not feel the necessity. The overall result is that most females surveyed recognized the two types of food important and were inclined to prepare them when the occasion demanded.
The Comparative Analysis of the Present and Expected Level on Meal-Price and Facilities Investment Cost Perceived by Foodservice Managers of Contract-Managed Highschools in Seoul
Bae, Hwan-Mee ; Kim, Hyun-Ah ; Shin, Seo-Young ; Jo, Mi-Na ; Park, Su-Yeon ; Cha, Jin-A ; Yi, Bo-Sook ; Yang, Il-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 578~583
The purposes of this study were to a) find out the operational characteristics of the contract-managed highschool foodservice in Seoul, b) investigate the expected level of meal-price and facilities investment cost perceived by contract-managed highschool foodservice managers c) compare the present level and expected level of meal-price and facilities investment cost. From October 12 to November 13 in 2001, the questionnaires were mailed to 249 high schools which was managed by contract foodservice company with respondent rate 40.2%. Data were analyzed using SPSS Win(10.0) for descriptive analysis and one group paired t-test. The results of this study were as follows ; 1. The student enrollment of highschools run by contract-managed foodservice was 1,243 with 72.6% participation rate of school lunch program. The average meal-price was 2,138 won. The average annual period of school foodservice operation was 156.78 days per year. The average contracting period was about 3 years. 2. The average cost concerned in the facilities investment amounts 169,578,180 won at the initial investment and 25,204,092 won at the repairs and maintenance cost in the course of operation. 3. The present level of meal-price and facilities investment cost were respectively 2,136won/meal and 171,157,336.72 won. And expected level of meal-price and amount of facilities investment cost were 2,418.75 won and 121,353,215.19 won. Comparing the present level with the expected level of the meal- price and facilities investment cost, expected level of meal-price was significantly higher than the present level of meal-price(p<.001) and expected level of facilities investment cost was significantly lower than present level of facilities investment cost(p<.001).
Evaluation of the Menus of Free Meal Service Centers for Home-bound Elderly
Han, Kyung-Hee ; Park, Jung-Sook ; Choi, Mee-Sook ; Chung, Soon-Dool ; Chai, In-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 584~593
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the diet quality of the menus delivered by 17 free meal service centers for the low-income home-bound elderly in Chung- cheong buk-Do. Statistical data analysis was compleleted using the SPSS package program for descriptive analysis, T-test, and ANOVA. The meals offered by free meal service centers were not met the 1/3 recommended dietary allowances in calcium and vitamin
. There were significant differences between dependent variables(nutrient content, nutrient density, nutrient deficiency, NAR, MAR, food group intake patterns) and independent variables (operation type, operation status, operation period, nutritionist, food cost).
A Study on the Recognition and Preference of Korean Traditional Rice Cake among College Students
Jung, Hyo-Sun ; Shin, Min-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 594~604
The Purpose of this study was to investigate the perception and preference of the college student about Korean traditional rice cakes. Self admistered questionnaires were collected from 512 college students in Seoul, Kyungki, Chungchungdo, Kungsangdo, Junlado and Gangwondo area. Data was analysed by t-test, one-way ANOVA and correlation. The recognition of Korean traditional rice cake was generally low except for the items that could be easily seen as either seasonable or festive foods. There was a significant difference in the average score of recognition and preference for each kinds of Korean traditional rice cake according to the major, gender and grade of subjects. Baiksulgi, Injulmi, Yaksik, Bindaeduk, Songpyun and Garaeduk are highly prefered Korean traditional rice cakes when as Gaepiduk, Ssookjulpyun, Kongchalduk and Garaeduk are poorly among college students.
Internet Utilization of Purchasing Management in Food Service Industry -Based on the buyers' perceptions-
Kim, Tae-Hee ; Yoon, Ji-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 605~618
The purposes of this research were to; (a) identify useful information source; (b) assess the usefulness of the Internet as an information source; and (c) assess the degree of Internet utilization for purchasing process in food service industry. The results were as follows; 1. 'personal experience and colleague recommendation' was perceived as the most useful information source, whereas the most frequently used source was 'Internet web site' for real purchasing practice. 2. the most frequently used purchasing activity through Internet was 'online ordering', followed by 'gathering product/component information', however e-marketplace or Internet bidding were less performed by Internet. 3. acquisition of real time information, rapidity, accuracy, and increasing effectiveness of purchasing process were reported the advantages of Internet utilization. 4. respondents somewhat or strongly agreed with the importance of Internet in terms of present and future purchasing management. The results of the research suggest that Internet should be able to improve purchasing process and enhance buyer-supplier relationship directly or indirectly, therefore food service industry should consider making attempt to new purchasing systems through Internet for strategic sourcing and effective procurement management.
Comparative study of Satisfaction level on Hospital meal size and Actual intake rate between Elderly and Middle aged patients
Son, Ju-Hyoun ; Chyun, Jong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 619~628
The purpose of the study was to compare the satisfaction level on hospital meal size and actual intake rate of hospital foods between elderly and middle aged patients. Sixty one middle aged and one hundered thirty two elderly patients were surveyed on the foods served in the hospital-rice, soup, meat/fish, vegetable, kimchi and daily products. Compared to the middle aged patients, the more elderly thought the serving size of rice was too big(p<0.05), and those of soup, meat/fish and kimchi tended to be too big. There was no difference in the satisfaction level on the serving size of vegetable dish between two age groups. In actual intake rates of hospital meal there were no significant differences between the elderly and middle aged patients. However, the elderly male ate significantly(p<0.05) less amount of rice than the middle aged male and the elderly female ate significantly(p<0.01) less amount of meat/fish then the middle aged female. Satisfaction levels and actual intake rates were significantly correlated in all food items.
Family Restaurant Patrons' Attitudes toward Nutrition & Healthy Menus
Kim, Tae-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 629~637
This study sought to determine family restaurant patrons' attitudes toward nutrition and healthy menus. A written questionnaire was handed out to 300 dine-in customers at the three different sites of T brand family restaurant. A total of 265 questionnaires were usable for data analysis, resulting in 88% response rate. Two attitude statements eliciting the strongest agreement were that 'Diet and chronic diseases risk are closely connected each other(4.44)' and 'Koreans are more nutrition & health conscious than they were in the past(4.41)'. The attitude statement-that nutrition is important when I eat out- received the lowest scores(2.92), which indicated that nutrition was not yet considered the most important factor when dining out. 23% of the respondents were interested in healthful foods, while 30% said they were unconcerned. Nutrition conscious group showed significantly (p<.000) higher attitude scores for most of statements than unconcerned group. Significant differences were found in age groups(p<.05, p<.01, p<.001), income levels(p<.05), educational levels(p<.05), health status groups(p<.05), and weight control interest groups(p<.05). Older respondents, respondents with higher income and educational levels were more interested in nutrition and healthy menus. Respondents who reported good health status and showed higher interest in weight control were more interested in nutrition and healthy menus. These findings indicate that restaurant firms should respond to consumers' increased interest in nutrition and healthy menus by offering healthful menus and increasing nutrition marketing activities. This may positively result in increasing customer counts and revenue as well as customer satisfaction level and brand image of restaurant firms. Moreover, restaurant firms are strongly encouraged to play an active role in promoting public's nutritional and health status because increasing consumption of meals away from home will seriously affect good health of our consumers.
The Effect of Storage Method and Duration on the Physicochemical Characteristics and Consumer Acceptance of Kimchi
Kim, Hee-Sup ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 638~645
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the quality characteristics and consumer acceptance of the Kimchi affected by the storage method and the duration. The characteristics of Kimchi fermented and stored in the traditional method, such as cave facility or pit storage on the shore were compared to the Kimchi which was stored in the Kimchi refrigerator using the physicochemical and sensory evaluation. The quality of Kimchi stored by the Kimchi refrigerator was most acceptable with 3 month storage, while that of Kimchi stored by the storage facility under the ground on the shore was 1 month storage. Shelf life of Kimchi was extended up to 5 month stored by Kimchi refrigerator, and 3 month for the Kimchi stored under the ground on the shore.
Plants Resources Investigation to Develop Supplement Food for Infant
Park, Hye-Jin ; Ha, Joo-Young ; Lee, Jong-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 646~652
In this study, we selected supplementary vegetable resources to develpe nutritious supplementary model of korean formula for infants and children, purchased and analyzed it to use with a model. We also referred to an old book about Korean vegetable resources and searched a form of vegetable resources. There are a lot of vegetable resources of various kinds which lied scattered in mountains and fields of our country. As for these, a beyond compare menstruation activity component is becoming clear with a lot of things. It is thought that depth search and study of these vegetable resources and practical application to a infant and child supplemen is desirable. Therefore, we choosed vegetable resources ; a Capsella brusapastoris, a Codonopsis lanceolata, Dandelion, a wild plant, a Tractylis ovata(dried), a Tractylis ovata(native), a Pine plant, a burdock, a JanDae, a Plantain, a HollpDae, which gathered in our country, and we analyzied priximate aomposition of sample (moisture, ash, total carbohydrate, crude fat, crude protein, dietary fiber) and micronutrient contents of sample (calcium, Iron, flavonoids, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E).
Optimization for Preparation of Perilla Jangachi according to Steaming Time and Onion Contents
Lee, Hye-Ran ; Nam, Sang-Min ; Lee, Jong-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 17, issue 5, 2002, Pages 653~662
Korean native Perilla Jangachi (salted and fermented vegetable) is popular and well-known but little study on its composition and most palatable condition has been reported. This study was performed to observe the change in the contents of chemical components and sensory evaluation of Perilla Jangachi which was prepared through two processing. First, as a pretreatment, Perilla leaves were soaked in salt water. The optimal level of salt concentration and soaking time (salt 4%, soaking time 42hours) was determined. Second, soaked Perilla Jangachi was steamed and then fermented in various ingredients like soy sauce, sugar, onion and so on. In this study, Perilla Jangachi was made by 3 levels of steaming time(30 seconds, 60 seconds, 90 seconds) and onion contents (10%, 30%, 50%). The optimal level of onion contents and steaming time was determined with the results of sensory evaluation by response surface methodology and analysis of composition. Sodium contents were decreased as the levels of onion contents were increased. Flavonoids contents weren't increased although contents of onion were increased. But they were influenced on steaming time that as the levels of steaming time were shortened, flavonoids contents were increased. To lengthen the shelf-life of Perilla Jangachi, the activities of enzyme peroxidase - which changes Jangachi's quality bad - by various levels of steaming time were measured. After steaming 50 seconds, peroxidase became inactive. Reducing sugar contents were decreased relying on either increased steaming time and onion contents. While steaming 30 seconds and 10% onion contents, the content of reducing sugar was 0.858% but steaming 90 seconds and 50% onion contents, it became 0.372%. Among the sensory attributes, brownness was increased as onion contents increased and steaming more than 60 seconds. Saltiness, sweetness, perilla flavor were greater relying on decreased onion contents. Toughness was decreased as both the amounts of onion and steaming time were increased. With this results, the most optimal adding level of onion content and steaming time was determined. Steaming 72 seconds and adding onion 27% was established as a optimal condition of Perilla Jangachi.