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Changes in Compositions of Pacific Saury(Cololabis seira) Flesh during Drying for Production of Kwamaegi 1. Changes in General Composition and Lipid Components (과메기 제조시 건조조건에 따른 꽁치(Cololabis seira) 근육의 성분 변화 1. 일반성분 및 지질조성 변화)

  • 최경호;오승희;김덕진
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.386-392
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    • 1998
  • Experiments were carried out to establish an effective artificial drying method of Pacific saury (Cololabis seira) to kwamaegi. Raw fish containing 67% moisture were dried up to containing less than 40% moisture by drying for 15 days. The fish lost moisture more rapidly during first 3 days of natural drying than artificial drying. Total lipid content increased from 16.1% to 30.3 and 29.8% by 15 days of natural and artificial drying, respectively. Neutral lipid occupying 91.63% of total lipid increased to 92~94% during 15 days of drying, while content of phospholipid and glycolipid decreased slightly. The values of peroxide and thiobarbituric acid increased up to 6 days of drying and then did not change. Peroxide levels were lower in artifically dried fish than in naturally dried ones.

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Change of Nucleotides, Free Amino Acids in Kwamaegi Flesh by Different Drying for Pacific saury, Cololabis saira (건조조건에 따른 꽁치과메기의 핵산류, 유리아미노산의 변화)

  • 오승희;김덕진
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.249-255
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    • 1998
  • New drying method was tested comparison with a traditional one used for production of Kwamaegi, semi dry pacific saury in east coast area of Kyungbuk province. During 15 days of total drying period, change in nucleotides and free amino acids were measured in edible portion of pacific saury from different dry methods, natural(traditional) and artificial method. ADP and AMP detected in raw fish were decrease while IMP, inosine, hypoxanthine increased during drying period. K1 values expressed as(Hx+HxR$\times$100/Hx+HxR+IMP) increased gradually throughout drying period, indicating the decline of freshness by drying. Freshness judged by change in nucleotides and related compounds was better in samples from artificial drying than from natural one. Special flavors of Kwamaegi were regarded to be synergistic actions of IMP and some amino acids. Content of total free amino acids of raw fish comprised 2.9g by weight(100g) and sum of glutamic acid, aspartic acid and histidine was over 34% of total amino acid content. Glutamic acid content. Glutamic acid, aspartic acid contents were reduced rapidly from 3rd to 9th day more decrease by artifical drying than by natural drying. Lysine content were gradually increased under two different drying conditions and threonine didn't change by two drying conditions.

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