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Volume 20, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 20, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Apr 2005
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2005
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Quality Characteristics of Tofu Added with Black Soybean Hull Powder
Kim, Jean ; Jeon, Jeong-Ryae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 633~637
The effects of adding hull powders of black soybean on quality characteristics of tobu were studied. Proximate composition of the black soybean hull powders was crude ash, crude protein, crude fat, and carbohydrate at 2.60, 11.35, 2.18, and 73.97%, respectively. The addition of 5% black soybean hull powder decreased the production of whey and consequently increased the yield of tobu. Texture properties of evaluation hardness, adhesiveness, chewiness were the best in tobu which was made with 5% black soybean hull powders. Sensory evaluation showed texture, firmness were not significantly different among tobu with yellow soybean, black soybean, and added to 0.5% black soybean hull powders. At the beginning of the period of storage, there were not differences of microbial cell count as increasing black soybean hull powders, but observed after passing 5 days. The results of total microbial cell count showed that adding 5% black soybean hull powders in processing tobu extend storage time.
Effect of the Elderly Consumers' Education Level on Eating-Out Decision Making Process
Kim, Tae-Hee ; Seo, Eun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 638~643
As Korea has approached the aging society, older Koreans have become an important force in restaurant sales today. To succeed with this silver market, it is important for restaurant managers to know who they are and what factors influence older Koreans' eating-out decision making process. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the silver consumers' education level on eating-out decision making process. Data were collected from 178 older consumers above 55 years old and analyzed using the descriptive statistic analysis, MANOVA, and one-way ANOVA. The results showed that the elderly consumers' education level significantly influenced the decision making process in determining where to eat out. Significant differences were found in the Problem Recognition Step(Wilks' Lambda=0.817, F=2.991), Information Search Step(Wilks' Lambda=0828, F=2.218), Alternative Evaluation Step II(Wilks' Lambda=0.741, F=3.596), Purchase Decision Step(Wilks' Lambda=0.859, F=2.223), and the Post-Purchase Behavior(Wilks' Lambda=0.885, F=1.780). The higher education level was, the more directly involved in the eating out decision process. The elderly consumers with university education were likely to 'propose to eat out by themselves'(F=9.346), to obtain restaurant information from the 'printed materials'(F=7.452), to go to 'family restaurant'(F=9.057), 'Japanese restaurant'(F=8.7891) and 'fine dining restaurants'(F=3.936), and to directly express their emotion when they had complaints about restaurant service(F=3.206). In conclusion, older Koreans will become more healthy and wealthy which means the dining out activity will be an important part of their life to socialize with people. Therefore, food service operations should consider the elderly consumers' needs and expectation of restaurant services and actively position themselves for this new market segment.
The Function of Physical Surroundings for Displaying Dining Atmosphere: A Theoretical Review and Testable Propositions
Chun, Byung-Gil ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 644~651
Physical Surroundings have been identified by a number of researchers as a powerful tool that can manipulate people's mood and cognition. A number of marketing practitioners have accepted this notion, given that physical surroundings are increasingly used as atmospheric stimuli in various retail environment as well as in restaurant. Yet there have not been practical reviews on consumer responses in restaurant setting/environment. By means of a literature review, this study examines how physical surroundings in restaurant settings function on displaying dinning atmosphere. It includes the conceptual definition and classifications of physical surroundings, effect of physical surroundings on customers' internal responses and behaviors, and testable research propositions and directions for future researches. This study is expected to make a substantial contribution to the understanding of restaurant manager and dinning atmosphere displayer about function of physical surroundings in dinning context.
A Study on Effectiveness of Working Condition's Improvement After Introducing the Countermeasure for Irregular Employee
Lee, Mee-Jung ; Park, Sang-Hyun ; Joo, Na-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 652~660
This study is performed for the investigation of management of personnel, wages, welfare, communication, labor, safety, treatment improvement according to assigned working places(primary, middle and high school). This study is based on the final analysis summarized on the 285 questionnaire answered by employee for school foodservice in Buchon city after distributing total 500 questionnaire. The conclusion of this analysis of study is as following. This report says the reason of this mind is caused by hard work. This investigation says they feel to be compensated with low wages on the contrary their hard working and this caused them to demoralize and increase to give up their jobs. The long tenn vacation like childcare vacation is newly established by present improvement of working condition but this improvement action is ineffective. Many of them are feeling to a fatigue and ill health and the condition of occupational disease as hard work. The present improvement of irregular employee treatment like above cases is not effective. So the rewards and payment shall be considered according to their hard work and the working condition must be improved practically for the settlement of their job without leaving.
A Study of the Effect of Environmental Characteristics on Overall Service Quality, and Repurchase Intentions in Korean Foodservice Firms
Lee, Geum-Rye ; Yoo, Young-Jin ; Park, Geum-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 661~667
This study was to examine the effect of the environmental characteristics on overall quality of employee and food service in Korean foodservice firms. The four factors of the environmental characteristics of Korean foodservice firms consist of service, atmosphere, food & beverage, and event. To analyze the data collected from 414 respondents, the several statistical methods were used including frequency and descriptive analysis, factor analysis, reliability test, and multiple regression analysis. The empirical results are as follows: First, the employee service factor has a significantly positive effect on overall employee service quality. Second, the food & beverage factor has a significantly positive effect on overall employee service quality. Third, the food & beverage factor has a significantly positive effect on overall food & beverage service quality. Fourth, the event factor has a significantly positive effect on overall food & beverage service quality Managerial implications can be drawn from the present data. First, Korean restaurant managers can identify which factors of environmental characteristics influence customers' attitudes and evaluations in service encounter. Second, Korean restaurant managers can use the environmental characteristics as differentiation strategy, and allocate their resources into the activities of marketing strategy.
Preference and Perception of Seafood among Soldiers on Cook's Duty in Military Meal Service
Lee, Young-Mee ; Min, Sung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 668~674
This study was carried out to investigate preference and perception of seafood among soldiers on cook's duty in military meal service. 58.9% of the respondents answered that they liked seafood and the major eating place were in their home(48.0%) and in the restaurant(40.4%). The favorite seafood cooking methods turned out to eat as raw fish, to grill, to stew, to fry in order. In comparison with the meat dishes, seafoods were considered superior to meat in nutritional value but evaluated inferior to meat in the aspects of sanitation and tasteless problem. 32.9% of the respondents answered they liked seafood dishes in military meal service and they disliked them because of taste or cooking method of the seafood. They liked fried or grilled seafood in military meal service. The plate waste amounts of the seafood menu were more than half in almost every surveyed menu and reasons for plate waste were fish smell and taste problems. The difficulties of cooking seafood in military meal service were breaking down of seafood during cooking and complexity of cooking. They scored seafood higher than average in nutrition, taste, diversity of cooking method and aspect of health. On the basis of the results above, introducing diverse cooking methods and menu are suggested and education of cooking skills and development of cooking facilities are needed in military meal service.
A Study on the Microbial Quality Control of Chicken Meat Salad by Adding Green Tea Extracts in Foodservice Operations
Kim, Heh-Young ; Ko, Sung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 675~682
This study was aimed to determine microbiological quality by adding green tea extracts to chicken meat salad. For this study, Chicken meat salad were prepared with two production method. (method 1: addition of green tea extracts to boiling phase, method 2: addition of green tea extracts to salad dressing) Microbiological effects of green tea extracts were assessed during production process by measuring process time, temperature, pH and Aw and determining total plate counts and coliforms. Effects of green tea extracts on total plate counts and coliforms were observed during holding at 3, 10,
for 12 hours. Green tea extracts improved the microbiological quality and showed antibacterial properties when they are added to chicken meat salad.
Food Sharing Characteristics in Modern Korean Society
Oh, Se-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 683~687
This study examined food sharing characteristics revealed in the modern Korean society by both interpreting phenomena and analyzing literature. Diet was said to be the least influenced by western modernization in Korea. Concerning this matter, one of the important explanations to be considered would be a strong influence of 'the first settlement effect' in culture, as reviewed elsewhere. Sharing food means not only sharing food itself but also sharing communal solidarity. The latter was strongly emphasized in Korean food culture due to his own historical grounding. Some examples revealed in current Korea included sometimes too much generous treat when eating out, even saliva allowed food sharing, too much food provision, and too many restaurants. 'Dutch treat' observed in many occasions of food sharing in Korea was also viewed as a product of historical experience, which was related to the degree of traits of feudalism in modern societies as feudalism was based on a sort of a give and take contract. The association of the degree of traits of feudalism and communal solidarity was explored by comparing so called different meal treat manners between Koreans and Japanese, that is, more generous attitude among the former. The concept of communal solidarity was also examined with respect to Koreans' side dish sharing behaviors which sometimes accompanied seemingly insanitary saliva sharing. In addition, provision of too much food was analyzed by relating this manner to a traditional 'hand over dining table' custom. Traditionally, food on a dining table was not supposed to be only for those sitting on the table. Even though the 'hand over dining table' was no longer well preserved at present time, its cultural traits appeared to be well prevailed in the modern Korean society. Finally, an increase of restaurants as well as an increase of eating out occasions were postulated with respect to the notion that restaurants were the places for ascertaining communal solidarity while sharing foods. The above analyses suggest the importance of the influence of sharing originated from his/her own historical grounding for better understanding of modern Korean food culture.
A Study on the Job Satisfactions of School Food Service Employees
Nam, Sang-Myung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 688~694
The objective of this study is to identify factors affecting the job satisfaction of cook(n= 173) employed in school food service and to propose a plan to improve school foodservice quality. The subjects were cook employed by school in Chungchon province, Gwangju area. The average of cook's job satisfaction was 3.06, the rank factor for nature of work(4.25). the co-workers(3.28), the organic environment(3.17), promotion welfare payment(2.31), the physical environment(2.29) shown respectively. The highest satisfaction with nature of work and organic environment was indicated in the areas of the group of higher age, and cooks who received college education showed significantly lower job satisfaction in physical environment. The highest satisfaction for promotion welfare payment, and physical environment shown in the group of higher length of service who receive higher wages. The groups of regular job shown higher result in the nature of work(3.46>2.94), organic environment(3.46>2.94), promotion welfare payment(2.88>1.94) comparing to irregular job. It is necessary to elevate cook's low satisfaction for improving their work efficiency and the quality of elementary school foodservice.
Optimization of Jelly Preparation from Nopal by Response Surface Methodology
Jung, Hyeun-A ; Joo, Na-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 695~702
To determine the optimum mixing conditions of nopal jelly, samples were prepared with various compounding ratios of gelatin(16, 18, 20, 22 and 24g), sucrose(100, 120, 140, 160 and 180g), Citric acid(2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) using a central composite design. Physical and sensory evaluations were performed and considered using a response surface methodology. The optimum mixing rates which meet sensory items is gelatin 20.19g, sucrose 141.52g and citric acid 4.04g.
The Antioxidant Activities of Three Solvent(Ether, Butanol, Water) Extrats from Chestnut Inner Shell in Soybean Oil
Oh, Seung-Hee ; Kim, Yong-Wook ; Kim, Myoung-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 703~708
This study was carried out to compare the antioxidant activities of the ether, butanol, water extracts from chestnut inner shell(Castanea crenata Sieb. et Zucc.) with those of tocopherol and BHA in soybean oil. All additives were added to soybean oil on the quantities of 0.02%. Comparing the antioxidant activities under autooxidation condition at
for 42days of the extracts were recorded in the order of butanol>ether>control>BHA>tocopherol depending on the solvent. Under the condition at
for 32days, the butanol extracts represented the high antioxidation effect, however, there was no significant differences between the ether extracts and control. Under thermal oxidation condition, the ether extract showed stronger antioxidant activity than those of the butanol extract. In the results of polyphenol compound analysis, ellagic acid, quercetin, morin, naringenin, flavanol were included in the ether extracts and ellagic acid, naringenin, gallic acid, flavanol were included in the butanol extracts, respectively. Among them, ellagic acid in ether extract and gallic acid and naringenin in butanol extracts seed to increase the antioxidant activities in the substrate oil.
Antibacterial Activities of Bamboo Sap Against Salmonella Typhimurium and Inhibitory Effects in a Model Food System
Chung, Hee-Jong ; Ko, Bong-Guk ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 709~714
Antibacterial activities of the freeze-dried bamboo sap dissolved into the water or 50% ethanol were determined and antimicrobial activity of bamboo sap dissolved into distilled water was most strong with 15 mm of the diameter of inhibiting clear zone against Listeria monocytogenes ATCC 19114 among gram positive bacteria tested, but it did not inhibit Bacillus subtilis ATCC 6633 at all, and the sap was most greatly inhibited the growth of Shigella dysenteriae ATCC 9361 among gram negative bacteria with 15 mm of the diameter of inhibiting clear zone. Bamboo sap dissolved into 50% ethanol most strongly inhibited the growth of L. monocytogenes ATCC 19114 and it also inhibited the growth of B. subtilis ATCC 6633 which did not show any with the sap dissolved into distilled water. The sap dissolved into 50% ethanol was most greatly inhibited the growth of S. dysenteriae ATCC 9361 among gram negative bacteria with 23 mm of the diameter of inhibiting clear zone, and it inhibited Vibrio parahaemolyticus WSDH 22, Vibrio vulnilicus ATCC 29307 and Escherichia coli O157 WSDH 54 with 16 mm of the diameter of inhibiting clear zone. However, Both of the saps dissolved in distilled water and 50% ethanol did not showed any inhibition against the lactic acid bacteria of Lactobacillus plantarum KCTC and Lactobacillus brevis KCTC. Most of the tested bacteria were more sensitive to the sap dissolved in 50% ethanol than the sap dissolved in distilled water. The lowest minimum inhibitory concentration of the bamboo sap dissolved into 50% ethanol was 0.6 mg eq./disc with L. monocytogenes ATCC 19114, but that of the sap dissolved into distilled water was 0.8 mg eq./disc with Staphylococcus epidermides ATCC 12228, S. dysenteriae ATCC 9361, L. monocytogenes ATCC 19114, Salmonella typhimurium WSU 2380 and V. parahaemolyticus WSDH 22. In a model food system of the sterilized chocolate milk, antibacterial activities of the sap dissolved into 50% ethanol were relatively stronger than those of the sap dissolved into distilled water and the activities against the bacteria tested were very similar each other. These result suggested the bamboo sap can be used as a natural food preservative.
Textural and Sensory Properties of Jeolpyon added with Buckwheat
Paik, Jin-Kyung ; Kim, Jeong-Mee ; Kim, Jong-Goon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 715~720
Jeolpyon rice cake was made using buckwheat flour and measured its texture, color and sensory properties as follows. According to the amylograph guage test, rice flour was the highest in its initial pasting temperature
. With 5% addition of buckwheat flour, it came to be
at 10%, and
at 15%, which was lower than the control. And its maximum temperature at peak viscosity showed at
and it showed no difference in temperature according to the amount of buckwheat flour. The maximum value (peak point) was 690 BU in control and it increased following to the added amount of buckwheat flour, 710 BU in adding buckwheat flour 10% and 740 BU in 15% of buckwheat flour. In relating to the changes of texture, it became hard by the added amount of buckwheat flour because of decreasing cohesiveness and springiness, but increasing gumminess and brittleness. The hardness increased by adding with buckwheat flour through the freeze preserving period. But adding buckwheat flour of 10% decreased the hardness. Regarding the color value, lightness decreased by the adding buckwheat flour, but a and b value increased. As a result of the sensory analysis about Jeolpyon prepared with buckwheat flour, the most favoured ratio of buckwheat flour for color and preference was at 10%. In case of 15%, it was a little dark so it was not desirable. Based on the above test, the best combination ratio of buckwheat for Jeolpyon was 10%. And Jeolpyon can be easily made at home as well as mass production due to relatively simple making procedure.
Effect of Onion Flesh or Peel Feeding on Antioxidative Capacity in 16-Month-old Rats Fed High Iron Diet
Park, Ju-Yeon ; Kim, Mi-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 721~730
Recently, epidemiological evidence has raised concerns that moderate elevation in body iron stores may increase oxidative stress and the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer. Onion flesh or peel contains antioxidant such as flavonoids and alk(en)ylcysteine sulphoxides. This study was conducted to examine the effect of onion flesh or peel feeding on antioxidative capacity in aged rats supplemented with high dietary iron. Thirty-two Sprague-Dawley male 16-month-old rats weighing
were acclimated for 10 days with medium-iron diet (35ppm in diet), and blocked into 4 groups according to their body weights and raised for 3 months on either control diets (adequate iron-35ppm or high iron-350ppm) or experimental diets containing onion flesh/peel (5% w/w in diet) with high iron (350ppm). Rats fed high iron-onion peel diet had significantly high quercetin and isorhamnetin levels in plasma whereas rats fed high iron-onion flesh diet did not show. Plasma TBARS level was lowered by onion flesh or peel diet with high iron supplementation. However, there was no significant difference in cellular DNA damage in brain and kidney tissue among all experimental groups. We concluded that high iron diet (10 times higher than requirement) tend to increase oxidative stress and it is plausible that onion flesh or peel feeding enhances antioxidative capacity in the elderly even with iron supplementation.
A Syudy on the Preference of Japanese Food in Capital area
Shin, Min-Ja ; Kim, Bo-Sung ; Lee, Soo-Bum ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 731~737
The purpose of this study was to investigate the preference of the general public about Japanese foods. Self-adminitered questionnaires were collected from 217 residents in seoul and its vicinities. Data was analysed by chi-square test, t-test and one-way ANOVA. The preference of Japanese food was generally high except for the items. These was a significant difference in the average score of preference for each kind of Japanese food according to gender and age. Saengsunchobab, Saewootuegim, Gowangawhae, Yhachai tuegim, Naembiwoodong and kimchobab are highly preferred Japanese foods, whereas Domijiri, Moduemnaembi, Haesamchowhae and Mooneachowhae are poorly considered among the general public.
Quality Characteristics of Pine Mushroom Yanggaeng Prepared by Different Addition of Frozen Pine Mushroom According to Different Pre-treatment
Park, Mi-Lan ; Byun, Gwang-In ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 738~743
This study was performed to investigate the quality characteristics of pine mushroom yanggaeng prepared with different additions and different preparations of pine mushroom. Yanggaeng was prepared with three concentration of pine mushroom after different preparations of pine mushroom, A hot wind drying 0.1%, 0.3%, 0.5%, Frozen pine mushroom grinding 0.1%, 0.3%, 0.5%, Freezed drying 0.1%, 0.3%, 0.5%, to which was added cooked red bean, agar, oligosaccharide, salt and water. Proximate composition, hunter's color, texture profile analysis and sensory evaluation of yanggaeng were examined. Lightness of pine mushroom yangaeng increased with increasing pine mushroom content and frozen pine mushroom grinding products were higher than those of the preparation products. In the texture profile analysis, hardness of pine mushroom yangaeng increased with increasing pine mushroom content and cohesiveness, springiness of Frozen pine mushroom grinding 0.1% were the highest. In sensory evaluation, the taste and viscosity scores of Freezed drying 0.1% higher than those of the other products. Also the overall acceptability of freezed drying 0.1% pine mushroom yanggaeng was the highest of the all products.
A Survey on Chinese in Beijing and Shanghai Perception and Preference for Korean Kimchi
Han, Jae-Sook ; Han, Gyeong-Phil ; Han, Gab-Jo ; Kim, Young-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 744~753
This study was carried out to investigate Chinese in Beijing and Shanghai perception and preference for Korean Kimchi. The results were as follows: A questionnaire was examined on male 145(45.7%) and female 172(54.3%) of residing in Beijing, and on male 139(49.5%) and female 142(50.5%) of residing in Shanghai. In foods of eating with Kimchi resulted the highest Chinese foods 40.3% on male, and Korean. Chinese foods 25.3% on female in Beijing(p< .05), Korean, Chinese foods 26.7% and 25.3% on male respectively, and Korean foods 50.7% on female in Shanghai. In Kimchi used dishes Beijing resulted high Kimchi Ramyon 61.5%, Kimchi Kuk 51.3%, and Kimchi Chigae 44.9%, and Shanghai were Kimchi Ramyon 51.2%, Kimchi Kuk 41.3%, and Kimchi Fried Rice 22.4% in order. In evaluation by kinds of Kimchi, the taste resulted high onion juice Kimchi(M=6.55) of the third days, and overall acceptability resulted high onion juice Kimchi(M=6.18) of the third days, similary in Beijing, and Kimchi added in shrimp(M=5.70) of two days, and overall acceptability resulted high Kimchi added in shrimp(M=5.70) of the third days, similary in Shanghai. In Sensory evaluation by used Kimchi, the taste resulted high in the order of Kimchi Fried Rice and Chinese style Kimchi Fried Pork(M=6.27), and overall acceptability resulted Kimchi Fried Udong(M=6.40), Chinese style Kimchi Fried Pork(M=6.27), Kimchi Dumpling(M=6.20) in Beijing, and Kimchi Chige(M=6.70), Kimchi Fried Rice(M=6.67) and Kimchi Pancake(M=6.44), and overall acceptability resulted Kimchi Fried Udong, Kimchi Chige(M=6.50), Kimchi Fried Rice and Kimchi Pancake(M=6.44) in Shanghai.
A Survey on Chinese University Students' in Beijing Perception for Korean Kimchi
Han, Jae-Sook ; Han, Gyeong-Phil ; Lee, Jin-Sik ; Kim, Young-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 754~760
The purpose of this study was to investigate Chinese university students' in Beijing perception for Korean Kimchi. The results were as follows: A questionnaire was examined on male 145 (45.7%) and female 172 (54.3%) college students of residing in Beijing. Nationality of Kimchi answered Korea 83.3% of all the participants, and have eaten Kimchi was 59.0%. Male purchased commercial Kimchi 39.7%, and female restaurant 44.9% (p< .05). The first answered 'it was taste' 52.1% when commercial Kimchi purchased, and packing size of commercial Kimchi was 50g 50.0%. Among the intake experience have eaten Kimchi was the highest Baechu Kimchi 79.1%, Mu Kimchi 68.4% and Oi Kimchi 63.6%, also preference of Kimchi was Baechu Kimchi 44.3%, Mu Kimchi 29.3% and Oi Kimchi 19.2% in order. After have eaten Kimchi answered good 64.6% (p< .05), Kimchi liked reason were the highest 'refreshing taste' 42.4%, unliked were 'oder (of garlic, ginger and anchovy juice, etc)' and 'too spicy' 33.3%, respectively. Improvement on consumption extention of Kimchi answered 'not too salty' 30.2%, 'not too hot' 28.5% and 'not too strong seasoning' 22.7%. Perception for Kimchi answered the highest mean (3.95) 'Kimchi is a good side dish with cooked rice'.
Changes of Quality on Green Peas by the Storage
Lim, Hyo-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 761~766
This study was carried out to identify the change of appearance, chlorophyll and ascorbic acid contents of green peas during storage at
, and the results were summarized as follows; 1. appearance of green peas with the pod was better than green peas without the pod during storage, and storage power at
was better than storage
. 2. The chlorophyll contents of green peas with the pod was higher than green peas without the pod during storage at
. 3. The ascorbic acid contents of green peas were remarkably decreased in storage at
, and its contents of storage 21 days at
were similar to contents of storage
Health and Nutrition Implications of Food Away From Home - Current Trends for Marketing Restaurants -
Cho, Mi-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 20, issue 6, 2005, Pages 767~776