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Analysis of the factors that influence Korean beverage consumption (전통음료 섭취에 영향을 주는 변인에 관한 분석연구)

  • 이현주;손경희;이민준
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.63-72
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    • 2002
  • This study was conducted to (a) investigate the frequency of Korean beverage consumption, (b) analyze the characteristics of socio-demographically classified group according to drinking frequency, (c) investigate the attitude for and awareness of Korean beverage and (d) analyze the factors which influence Korean beverage consumption. The survey was carried out by self-administered questionnaires with 2,200 subjects residing in Seoul. A total of 1,885 samples were used for analysis by using t-test, one way analysis of variance (ANOVA), Duncan's multiple comparison test, factor analysis, and analysis of covariance (ANOCOVA) with SAS computer program. Among various Korean beverage, Donggulre tea was consumed most frequently at an average of 7.4 times per month, and followed by rice beverage, Mi Su, Citron tea, Shick Hae and canned Shick Hae. Among the age groups, the group of 20s showed the lowest frequency of Korean beverage consumption exempt rice beverage. According to occupation group, middle and high school and college student groups showed a high frequency of consumption of cereal based drink such as rice beverage, Mi Su and Yulmu tea. The behavior examination aimed at learning the perceptions relevant to the choice of beverage showed that the subjects believe Korean beverage healthful and nutritious but not familiar through advertisement, not easy to buy, and not to be a habitual drink. The factors influencing the frequency of Korean beverage consumption were shown as health-related factors and habitual/practical factors.

Analytical Study on Traditional Rapid-brew Alcoholic Beverages of Three Days or More II. About Brewing from Glutinous Rice (삼일주와 삼일 기이내로 빚어지는 우리나라의 속성주 II. 참쌀로 빛은 속성주)

  • 전정일;신민자;최영진;김현숙;이혜정;정재홍;백숙은
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.277-288
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    • 1999
  • This study was carried out to understand the brewing and processing methods of rapid-brew alcoholic beverage. In the contents of 45 classical records, there were 68 items about rapid-brew alcoholic beverage and sin91e and double brew alcoholic beverage. Those alcoholic beverage of 68 items above, were made from green grown at that time-rice, glutinous rice. regular rice. Selected 38 items among those brewages. alcoholics from glutinous rice, were distributed into 4 patterns. Four patterns, grounded on rapid-brewing and processing methods, were set one thing to another and analyzed.

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Characteristics of Korean Alcoholic Beverages Produced by Using Rice Nuruks Containing Aspergillus oryzae N159-1

  • Kim, Hye Ryun;Lee, Ae Ran;Kim, Jae-Ho
    • Mycobiology
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    • v.45 no.2
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    • pp.119-122
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    • 2017
  • Herein, nuruks derived from non-glutinous and glutinous rice inoculated with Aspergillus oryzae N159-1 (having high alpha-amylase and beta-glucosidase activities) were used to produce Korean alcoholic beverages. The resultant beverages had enhanced fruity (ethyl caproate and isoamyl alcohol) and rose (2-phenethyl acetate and phenethyl alcohol) flavors and high taste scores.

Survey of Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic Beverage Preference in College Students of the Chonnam Area (일부 전남지역 대학생들의 알코올 음료 섭취 실태와 음료의 기호도 조사)

  • 정복미;오은실;최성미;차연수
    • Korean Journal of Community Nutrition
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.290-296
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    • 2001
  • This study investigated the intake of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in college students. Five hundred and eighty seven students age 19-30 (432 male and 155 female) responded to the beverage consumption survey. Of the students 19.9% were freshman, 42.2% sophomore, 23% junior, and 15% seniors. Results are summarized as follows : 1) Beer and soju were the most commonly consumed alcoholic beverages by the college students. The amount of beverage normally consumed was 3 cans of beer or 1 bottle of soju. 2) There was no age related change in amount of alcoholic beverage consumed, but preference for liquor rather than beer increased with age. 3) Foods most commonly consumed prior to drinking were cooked rice and milk. 4) Following the drinking of alcoholic beverages the most commonly consumed food or beverage was cold water for both males and females. The next most commonly foods were cooked rice, instant noodles, and cola for males ; and cooked rice, milk, and fruit for females. 5) Cola and pear juice were the preferred non-alcoholic beverages for college students. Also popular among students were date juice for males and orange juice for females. Milk and non-cola carbonated beverages were not commonly consumed. This study provides information for the identification of possible alcoholic beverage related public health risks among college students.

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Comparison of Quality Properties of Rice Cultivars for Beverage Processing (음료가공을 위한 쌀 품종별 품질 특성 비교)

  • Shin, Dong-Sun;Sim, Eun Yeong;Lee, Seuk Ki;Choi, Hye-Sun;Park, Ji-Young;Woo, Koan Sik;Kim, Hyun-Joo;Cho, Dong Hwa;Oh, Sea Kwan;Han, Sang Ik;Park, Hye-Young
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.30 no.6
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    • pp.1260-1267
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    • 2017
  • The properties of rice were studied on five rice cultivars (Ilpumbyeo, Samkwang, Goami-4, Dodamssal, and Thai rice), and employed two kinds of saccharification treatment methods (treatment I : rice shape, treatment II: grinding rice shape). Thai rice showed differences in width and length when compared to other cultivars of rice, and the Goami 4 had the lowest thousand-grain weight. The Goami4 and Dodamssal each showed high contents of amylose and resistant starch, and the water absorption rate was close to maximum at 90 minutes as well as the highest level of Goami 4 at all times. The qualities of highest water-binding capacity, solubility and swelling power was most significant in Thai rice. The lowest hardness level of wet rice resulted in the lowest hydration-related characteristics. High amylose content rice, in particular, showed low sugar content and slightly increased sugar content as the saccharification process improved (treatment II). On the other hand, high amylose cultivars had the same high degree of hardness as boiled rice. From these results, the Dodamssal was found to have the lowest viscosity at all temperatures but highest viscosity during the saccharification process, suggesting it may be successfully implemented as a thickener in rice beverage processing. The purpose of this study was to attempt to provide basic data on the development of rice beverage manufacturing technology, based upon the quality characteristics related to beverage processing of rice cultivars.

Effect of Different Rice Treatments on Fermentation Characteristics of Baikhaju (a Korean Traditional Alcoholic Beverage) (백하주의 발효 특성에 대한 원료 쌀의 처리 효과)

  • Park, Wan-Soo;Kim, In-Ho;Koo, Young-Jo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.11 no.5
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    • pp.601-608
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    • 1996
  • Fermentation characteristics of Baikhaju (a typical Korean traditional alcoholic beverage) were investigated during fermentation with differently treated rice samples, which were steamed rice (SR), plain steamed rice bread (RB), rice porridge (RP) and roasted rice (RR). The RB sample showed an excellent fermentation efficiency with the highest alcohol production (20.84%). The SR and RR samples showed 17.79% and 17.31% of alcohol production, respectively. The RP sample was the lowest alcohol production (11.47%). The pH values of all the beverage samples were similar and were ranged from 3.6 to 3.9. The fermentation periods of RB and RR samples were longer than the SR and RP. The inner temperature and microbial growth in all the beverages increased at each of input steps of the rice and Nuruk (a Korean-style bran koji). Fusel oil content of the SR and RP samples (613.6 ppm) was higher than that of RR (482.7 ppm). The RB sample with the best fermentation efficiency had the lowest fusel oil content (341.8 ppm). The RP sample showed the highest score in sensory evaluation and RB sample showed the lowest. The results on sensory evaluation were contrary to those on the fermentation efficiency.

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Fermentation Characteristics and Volatile Compounds in Yakju Made with Various brewing Conditions; Glutinous Rice and Pre-treatment (찹쌀의 종류와 전처리를 달리한 약주의 특성 및 휘발성 향기 성분)

  • Kwon, Young-Hee;Jo, Sung-Jin;Kim, Jae-Ho;Ahn, Byung-Hak
    • Microbiology and Biotechnology Letters
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    • v.38 no.1
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    • pp.46-52
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    • 2010
  • Yakju, a Korean traditional alcoholic beverage, is made from glutinous-rice flour or rice starch with nuruk. In this study, we investigated that fermentation characteristics in yakju was made with glutinous rice and pretreatment. The yeast and nuruk were used Y90-9 and SP1800 (a kind of improved nuruk), respectively. pH and brix degree of yakju, brewed with glutinous rice flour by heating, were higher than the others during fermentation process. Total acid contents were 0.2~0.3 and the highest alcohol degree (15.75%(v/v)) was fermented glutinous rice flour by heating. Reducing sugar contents were 3.5-3.9 mg/mL. Yakju, which brewed with glutinous rice flour, of amino acid degree, UV absorbance and color degree was higher than yakju which brewed with glutinous rice starch. Succinic acid was the highest organic acid among 6 organic acids and free sugar contents described as glucose > maltose > fructose. Twenty one components were identified including 3 alcohols, 17 esters and one aldehyde. Of these, ethyl palmitate, which was described as mild flavor, was the highest %area except ethyl alcohol. Overall, the fermentation performed using glutinous rice flour by heating and improved-nuruk showed the best results for yakju production.

Quality Properties of Makgeolli Brewed with Various Rice and Koji (쌀 품종을 달리한 입국의 제조 및 막걸리의 품질 특성)

  • Kwon, Young-Hee;Lee, Ae-Ran;Kim, Hye-Ryun;Kim, Jae-Ho;Ahn, Byung-Hak
    • Korean Journal of Food Science and Technology
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    • v.45 no.1
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    • pp.70-76
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    • 2013
  • The aim of this research was to analyze makgeolli with nineteen kinds of rice and koji. Among 19 rice, 18 rice were domestic products and one rice was an import. For the properties of koji made with 19 kinds of rice, the acidity was over 5.0 and the saccharogenic power was more than 60SP. Makgeolli brewed with 19 kinds of rice and the koji of each rice were analyzed for alcohol contents, pH, total acidity and solid contents during fermentation. After fermentation, raw liquor's alcohol degree was set 6.0%, the pH ranged 3.47-3.76, the total acidity 0.27-0.44%, the solid contents and the reducing sugar were $2.7-4.6^{\circ}$Bx and 2.49-6.01 mg/mL. Organic acid was detected 5 kinds (oxalic, malic, lactic, acetic, succinic acid) and free sugars were found such as glucose, maltose and fructose. Hwayoung, Hopum and Sura were higher than the residue in 15 kinds of rice in the preference test.

A Study on University Student's Recognition and Preference of Korean Rice Cake in Incheon Area (인천지역 대학생의 떡의 인지도 및 기호도에 관한 연구)

  • 노정옥;우경자
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.1-8
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    • 2003
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the university students' recognition and preference of Korean rice cakes. Self administered questionnaires were collected from 302 students in Incheon area. Statistical data analysis was completed using a SPSS 10.0 program. The recognition of Korean rice cake was generally high: Injeolmi, Garaeddeok, Bakseolgi, Songpyun, Patsirooddeok, Bindaeddeok, Yaksik Julpyun, Gyungdan, Moojigaeddeok were high1y recognized, but Gaesungjooak, Sugyibyung, Seunggeomchopyun poorly recognized by university students. The most common consumption frequency rate of students was once or twice a month (Male 31.9%; Female 41.6%). Most students ate rice cakes as snack with water, Kimchi, fruits, beverage(Cola, Cider) and Korean traditional beverage(Sujunggwa, Sighye). The sales possibility of Korean rice cake at university canteens was dependent on the characteristics different from those of rice cafes itself, for example,. nutritional labelling, mass, atmosphere and package, etc.

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Perception and Preference of Korean Traditional Foods by Elementary School Students in Chungbuk Province - Tradition Holiday Food, Rice Cake, Non-Alcoholic Beverage - (충북지역 아동들의 전통음식에 대한 의식과 기호도 - 명절음식, 떡, 전통음료 -)

  • Jung, Eun-Hee;Hyun, Tai-Sun;Choi, Mee-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.399-410
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    • 2002
  • This study was performed to investigate the perception and the preference of Korean traditional foods such as traditional holiday foods, rice cakes and beverages. The subjects were 598 elementary school students(male 310, female 288) in fifth or sixth grades. The most favorite traditional holiday food was rice cake soup(57.4%) and 92.4% of subjects wanted to keep the traditional holiday foods because of the traditional custom. The traditional beverages mainly drinking at home were sikhye(35.6%), misugalou(30.2%), green tea(18.5%), etc. Children's most favorite beverage was misugalou(90.5%) and they had no taste for ginseng tea(39.6%). Children did not know well about booggumi(64.1%), dootubdduk(63.3%), whajun(39.6%), etc. and liked gguldduk(94.2%) better than the others. They liked the rice cake because of its good taste(69.0%) and disliked it because of chocking(30.9%), not eating frequently(29.5%), hard and tough(18.2%), and so on. And they wanted to make the rice cake softer and sweeter like the cake and mostly ate it on the traditional holidays.