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Studies of Cooking Quality with Various Functional Rice (특수미의 혼합취반 적성 검정)

  • Yoo, Kyung-A;Kang, Mi-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.293-298
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    • 2005
  • This study was investigated to examine the physicochemical properties of functional rice and the adaptable food processing of the added functional rice. The functional rice are Sanghwang rice, Agaricus rice(fermented with basidiomycota), Tochukaso rice, fermented with Monascus rubber rice. Fermented with Monascus rubber rice contains more crude protein, curde lipid, moisture, and total dietary fiber. The cross sectional shapes of the functional rice show polygon shapes, the starch granules of those rice are transformed. In sensory evaluation, fermented with Monascus rubber rice was showed the lowest values for glossness, color, flavor, sweetness, harshness, overall acceptability. The textural properties for those ratios were also affected by the period of storage. After 48 hours, the lowest hardness level was 30% Tochukaso rice addition, and the highest hardness level was 10% Sangwhang rice addition case. In 30% Sangwhang rice, and 30% tochukaso rice case gumminess values were decreased after 48 hours. But in 30% Sangwhang rice, and 30% Tochukaso rice case, the chewiness values decreased. This result suggest that the most suitable addition ratio for the rice cooking condition is 10% functional rice addition.

Quality Characteristics of Anchovy Sauce Prepared with Sea Tangle, Ume, Tochukaso and Chitosan during Storage (다시마, 청매실, 동충하초 및 키토산이 첨가된 멸치액젓의 저장 중 품질특성)

  • Choi, Geun-Pyo;Kim, Sang-Moo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.291-297
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    • 2005
  • Fish sauce is one of the most popular fermented fish products over the world. But it is usually manufactured with high salt concentration (>25%) and long periods of elaboration. In order to increase the consumption of fish sauce, the functional anchovy sauces with low salt concentrations (14 and 17%) were manufactured by adding sea tangle (Kjellamaniealla crassifolia), ume (Prunus mume Sieb. et Zucc), tochukaso (Paecilomyces japonica), and chitosan. On 50 days of storage, pH of all treatments decreased to 5.1, while the amount of lactic acid increased continuously as storage period increased. The amounts of VBN, amino-N, and TBA were highest on 50 days of storage and then kept constantly or decreased a little thereafter. The numbers of total viable cell, lactic acid bacteria, proteolytic bacteria, and fungi increased very slowly as storage period increased.

Comparative Chemical Compositions of Four Kinds of Tochukaso (동충하초 품종별 영양성분 비교)

  • Oh, Se-Wook;Kim, Sun-Hee;Song, Hyo-Nam;Han, Dae-Seok
    • Korean Journal of Food Science and Technology
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.15-22
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    • 2003
  • Nutritional compositions of three Tochukaso species (Paecilomyces tenuipes hosted by Larva and pupa, Cordyceps militaris, C. sinensis) were compared. Fruiting body and host fractions were separately analyzed. Fruiting body fraction of P. tenuipes (36.6%) hosted by larva was higher than that hosted by pupa (10.2%), an indication that the quality of the former is superior to the latter. Carbohydrate content of C. sinensis (39.6%) was $2.5{\sim}7$ times higher than those of others, probably due to the presence of polysaccharides. Protein and crude lipid contents of C. sinensis and C. militaris were 25.8 and 10.3%, and 75.1 and 3.9%, respectively. C. sinensis showed the lowest Ca content and $30{\sim}75$ times higher Fe content among the samples tested. Vitamin A content of C. militaris was 308.9 IU/100g, two fold higher than those of the other species. Saturated fatty acid content was the highest in P. tenuipes (pupa, 27.7%), whereas unsaturated fatty acid was the highest in P. tenuipes (larva, 83.3%). Aspartic acid, glutamic acid, and glycine were abundant in all species. Cordycepin content of C. militaris was $20{\sim}50$ times higher than those of the other species.