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Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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Volume 29, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
Volume 29, Issue 5 - Oct 2014
Volume 29, Issue 4 - Aug 2014
Volume 29, Issue 3 - Jun 2014
Volume 29, Issue 2 - Apr 2014
Volume 29, Issue 1 - Feb 2014
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A Literature Review on the Mandoo in the Royal Palace of Joseon Dynasty
Oh, Soon-Duk ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 129~139
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.129
This article examines the different types of Mandoo as recorded in 15 royal palace studies from the Joseon dynasty (1392-1909). The types of Mandoo during the Joseon dynasty were Byeongsi (餠匙), Mandoo (饅頭), EMandoo (魚饅頭), Rukmandoo (肉饅頭), Yangmandoo (月羊饅頭), Saengchimandoo (生雉饅頭), Golmandoo (骨饅頭), Dongkwamandoo (冬果饅頭), Chaemandoo (菜饅頭), Chimchaemandoo (沈菜饅頭), and Saenghapmandoo (生蛤饅頭). The frequencies of the different Mandoo types during the Joseon dynasty were in the following order: Mandoo (29.8%), Emandoo (19.1%), Rukmandoo (14.9%), Byeongsi (12.8%), Yangmandoo (6.4%), Saengchimandoo (4.3%), Golmandoo (4.3%), Dongkwamandoo (2.1%), Chaemandoo (2.1%), Chimchaemandoo (2.1%), and Saenghapmandoo (2.1%). "Muja-Jinjakeuigwe (戊子進爵儀軌)" (1828년) gijumi (起酒米) is not used, suggesting that Koreans could see perched Mandoo. "Musin-Jinchaneuigwe (戊申進饌儀軌)" (1848) configurations of materials Mandoo, SoongChimchae (沈菜), Dupo (豆泡), Nokdujangum (綠豆長音). Now, we enjoy mandoo's ingredients based documents materials. Further studies will be conducted on recipes and ingredients recorded in Euigwe in order to develop a standardized recipe for Mandoo.
Study on Localization of Korean Food in Paraguay through In-depth Interviews with Korean Restaurant Owners and Foodies in Asuncion, Paraguay
Chung, Hae Kyung ; Kim, Mi Hye ; Woo, Nariyah ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 140~150
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.140
The purpose of this study was to develop an efficient method for Korean food to make inroads into Paraguay. In-depth interviews with 15 Korean restaurant owners in Asuncion, Paraguay and foodies (food experts) who had experiences with Korean food were conducted. The results are as follows: Paraguay wants to establish economic ties with Korea currently, and economic development is ongoing in Paraguay. The food service industry for the middle class in Paraguay is now in the development stage. There are not many Korean restaurants (currently 15) in Asuncion. First and second generation Korean immigrants are operating these restaurants. It is necessary to provide support for a comprehensive food culture system by developing a menu composition system to meet local tastes, a strategy for improving distribution of Korean food materials, and a plan for sanitary management and operations.
Study on Awareness and Preferences in Adults regarding Consumption of Environmentally friendly Organic Food while eating-out according to Gender and Age - Focused on Adults in Su-seong Area in Daegu -
Kim, Mi Ja ; Park, Geum Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 151~162
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.151
This study conducted a survey to analyze awareness, preferences, and the current state of consuming environmentally friendly organic food while eating-out in 435 adults aged 20 and above in Daegu, Korea. Most subjects (95%) showed awareness of environmentally friendly organic food, and 88.5% of subjects answered environmentally friendly organic food is 'needed'. The percentage of eating out for families was 58.9%, and 49.0% of subjects said they eat out one to three times per month on average. In addition, subjects preferred a price range between 10,000 and 20,000 won per person when eating out, and they mostly favored Korean restaurants when ordering environmentally friendly organic food. Analysis of awareness of environmentally friendly organic food showed that among 'health' factors, 'environmental' factors, 'social' factors, and 'dietary essential' factors, 'health' factors showed the highest percentage for awareness. A survey on preferred foods by gender showed that both genders preferred vegetables the most. The results show that subjects in their 20s and 30s favored vegetables and fruits while subjects in their 40s preferred vegetables and grain animal products. Analysis of preferred types of environmentally friendly organic foods showed that men preferred polished rice while women preferred brown rice. Subjects in their 20s and 30s preferred strawberries, whereas those in their 40s preferred cherry tomatoes and those in their 50s and above favored tomatoes (p<0.001). Among root and tuber crops (63.4%), sweet potato was the most preferred. Among fruits, subjects preferred apples while among special crops, they most preferred oyster mushrooms; both genders preferred Korean beef. The most preferred livestock product of subjects in their 20s was pork, whereas subjects in their 30s preferred Korean beef. Subjects in their 40s preferred Korean beef and pork in the same proportions, whereas subjects in their 50s and above favored eggs the most.
A Qualitative Study on Needs of Convenience Meal from the Low-income Female Elderly
Jang, Ji-Eun ; Kim, Ji-Na ; Park, Soojin ; Shin, Weon-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 163~177
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.163
This study aimed to investigate the perception, consumption, and acceptability of convenience mealsin low-income female elderly attending a lunch program at a community well fare center. Using in-depth interviews, qualitative data were collected 11 elderly females (
) living in Seoul. Participants tried to eat various foods in small-portionsat home, although they ate out what they were offered. Elderly females preferred lunch box-type meals containing a bowl of rice served with toppings, gruel, or Bibimbop due to the growing unavailability of cooking or preparing a meal. Side-dish type convenience mealswere also preferred among elderly females since boiled rice can be easily prepared according to individual preferences. In addition, participants preferred healthy foods. Convenience meal planning and production, appropriate kinds of foods, cooking methods, menus, and packaging should be selected based on the elderly's functional atrophy in chewing, swallowing, digestion, and metabolic diseases. Furthermore, food preferences and comfort foods among the elderlyneed to be identified and characterized. Therefore, more information, including bite size, cutting size, and food texture, should be provided to understand and develop convenience meals for the elderly.
Study on Culinary Educational Usefulness of Korean Style Jang-based Seasoning, Spices and Herb Mix Classification
Lee, Dug-Young ; Kim, Tae-Hyun ; Kim, Tae-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 178~186
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.178
This study sought to prove the validity of Hansik Yangnyomjang classification Korean culinary education. survey was conducted among Korean Cuisine professionals, culinary instructors, culinary professionals and potential students from various backgrounds. ata were collected by self-administered questionnaires and analyzed by reliability analysis, frequency analysis and t-test. any differences in terms of the validity of Hansik Yangnyomjang classification between groups based on their majors, teaching experiences, and knowledge of sauce classification. First, the result showed that fermented Jang is core element Korean cuisine. Second, Hansik Yangnyomjang classification needs to be organized around Balhyojang. Third, Hansik Yangnyomjang classification for beginners and foreigners who want to learn Korean Cuisine relatively easily. Finally, the term 'sauce' is not suitable for replacing Yangnyomjang.
Quality Properties of Barley Kochujang Added wih Germinated Barley Powder
Seo, Jae-Sil ; Park, In-Duck ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 187~194
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.187
The physicochemical and sensory properties of barley Kochujang added with germinated barley powder were periodically examined during storage at 20 for 40 days. The pH of barley Kochujang added with germinated barley powder increased gradually according to the level of added germinated barley powder, whereas it decreased gradually during storage. On the other hand, acidity showed the opposite relationship with addition level. Salinity of the samples decreased gradually according to the amount of added germinated barley powder. Amino nitrogen content of barley Kochujang increased gradually according to the amount of added germinated barley powder, whereas it increased gradually during storage. L-, a-, and b-values of samples increased gradually according to the amount of added germinated barley powder, whereas they decreased gradually during storage. As a result of the sensory evaluation, barley Kochujang added with 5% germinated barley powder was found to be superior in taste, viscosity, and overall preference. Sensory evaluation revealed that addition of 5% germinated barley powder was optimum for improving Kochujang quality.
Effects of Helianthus tuberosus Powder on the Quality Characteristics and Antioxidant Activity of Rice Sponge Cakes
Kim, Mee-Kyoung ; Lee, Eun-Ju ; Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 195~204
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.195
This study was conducted to evaluate the quality characteristics and antioxidant activities of rice flour sponge cakes containing 0, 20, 30, 40, and 50% Helianthus tuberosus powder (HTP). As HTP content of sponge cake increased, the pH of sponge cake batter significantly decreased, whereas specific gravity significantly increased (p<0.05). Meanwhile, volume and symmetry indices of sponge cake were inversely proportional to HTP amount. Further, with higher HTP content in sponge cake, L and b values of crumbs significantly decreased (p<0.05), whereas a value significantly increased (p<0.05). L, a, and b values of crust significantly increased with higher HTP content. For texture characteristics, hardness, cohesiveness, gumminess, and chewiness of sponge cake significantly increased (p<0.05),whereas cohesiveness did not significantly change. In the sensory evaluation test, rice sponge cake prepared with 10% HTP showed the highest sensory scores in terms of color, flavor, taste, softness properties, and overall preference. The levels of total polyphenol compounds and DPPH radical scavenging activities of rice sponge cakes significantly increased with higher HTP contents (p<0.05). The results of this study suggest that rice sponge cake containing 10% HTP is the most appropriate for quality characteristics and sensory evaluation. This study also provides a way to increase the quality, texture characteristics, and organoleptic properties of sponge cake while reducing HTP content to less than 10% in order to satisfy consumer tastes.
Quality Characteristics of Dried Noodles Added with Ligularia fischeri Powder
Park, Bock Hee ; Joo, Ha Mi ; Cho, Hee Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 205~211
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.205
This study investigated the quality of noodles containing different amounts of Ligularia fischeri powder (LFP). Noodles were prepared at ratios of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 7% LFP based on flour weight. Cooking quality, mechanical texture properties, and viscosity were measured, and a sensory evaluation was performed with the prepared noodles. Gelatinization points of the composite LFP-wheat flours increased. As measured via amylography, viscosity at
, viscosity at
after 15 minutes, and maximum viscosity values of samples decreased, as the LFP content increased. As increasing amounts of LFP were added, the L, a, and b values decreased while color values, weight, and volume of cooked noodles increased, as did the turbidity of the soup. With regard to textural characteristics, LFP additive increased hardness, cohesiveness, and springiness, while decreasing adhesiveness. Sensory evaluation showed that high quality cooked noodles could be produced by inclusion of 3% LFP.
Effects of Dietary Education on Low-sodium Diet Adaptation
Kim, Hae Young ; Kim, Juhyeon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 212~221
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.212
Korean style DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) and a dietary education program for sodium reduction were developed. Reduced sodium diets (15 and 30% reductions) were developed from general diets for 3 consecutive weeks from Monday through Saturday. Subjects (19 total) were classified into two groups according to dietary education. Experimental period was from June 24 to July 23, 2012. Total sum of adaptation scores for low sodium diets significantly increased in the group that underwent dietary education compared to that without (p<0.05). After the experiment, both groups showed significantly increased values in terms of food group balance, sodium-related nutrition knowledge, attitude, and practice by paired t-test. Especially, group that underwent dietary education showed significantly higher values for attitudes by ANCOVA pre-test as a variation (p<0.01). For the results of the nutrient intake survey, group that underwent dietary education showed significantly increased values for dietary fiber (p<0.01), vitamin A (p<0.001), vitamin K (p<0.001), vitamin C (p<0.01), Folic acid (p<0.001), vitamin B12 (p<0.01), calcium (p<0.01), iron (p<0.05), and zinc (p<0.05) and significantly decreased values for sodium (p<0.05) and chloride (p<0.005). Subjects adapted to reduced sodium diets showed apparent improvements in sodium-related knowledge, attitude, practice and intake of nutrient, and these improvements were even higher in the group that underwent dietary education compared to that without. Thus, adaptation to low sodium diet combined with dietary education can improve dietary habits.
Effects of Dietary Education on Elementary Children in After-school Program in Seoul
Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture, volume 29, issue 2, 2014, Pages 222~230
DOI : 10.7318/KJFC/2014.29.2.222
This study was conducted to investigate the effects of 10-week dietary education on elementary students in an after-school program in Seoul. Participants were 20 1-2 grade students and 283-6 grade students, and the dietary program consisted of dietary education and activities focused on children's levels of understanding. The results were as follows: Total participant's food habit scores and nutrition knowledge significantly increased (p<0.05) after dietary education. Food habit and nutrition knowledge scores of lower grade participants (grade) increased desirably (p<0.05). Meanwhile higher grade participants' (grade) food habit scores also changed (p<0.05), but their nutrition knowledge scores were changed. Boy's food habit scores significantly changed (p<0.05), whereas girl's food habit scores did not change significantly. Further, female participants' nutrition knowledge scores did not changesignificantly after education. Participants' obesity knowledge scores significantly changed after the education (p<0.05), but their attitudes on obesity increased insignificantly. Lower grade participants' attitudes on obesity significantly and desirably changed (p<0.05), whereas higher grade participants' attitudes on obesity changed insignificantly. Girl's knowledge and attitudes on obesity significantly and desirably changed (p<0.05-0.01). This study revealed the correlation between food habit scores and attitudes on obesity (p<0.01), demonstrating that participants with high food habit scores have advisable attitudes on obesity. The result of this study shows that lower grade participants' food habit scores, nutrition knowledge, and attitudes on obesity changed desirably after dietary education. Therefore, this study promote the development of adequate nutrition education and materials focused on lower grade students and the need for systematic and continuous dietary education programs based on elementary school.