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Effect of Meat Products (Seasoned Chicken Product and Patty) Added with Green Tea and Schizandra chinensis on Body Weight, Serum Lipid and Liver in Rats (녹차와 오미자 첨가 육제품(양념계육 및 패티)이 흰쥐의 체중, 혈청지질 및 간조직에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Soo-Min;Cho, Young-Suck
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.34 no.7
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    • pp.980-986
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    • 2005
  • This study was carried out to investigate the effect of diet (1:1 ratio) added with meat product (seasoning chicken product, patty) containing natural extracts (green tea, Schizandra chinensis) on body weights, internal organs weights, the contents of total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, triglyceride and total lipid in plasma and liver. The experimental diets were prepared with basal diet added with $1\%$ natural extracts. These diets were supplied to SD (Sprague-Dawley) rats for 45 days. The body weight of SD rats supplied seasoning chicken and patty containing green tea and Schizandra chinensis tended to be lower than that of SD rats dieted seasoning chicken product and patty product. The contents of plasma cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, triglyceride and total lipid were decreased in SD rats dieted seasoning chicken and patty with green tea and Schizandra chinensis. However, the contents of plasma cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, triglyceride and total lipid tended to be increased in SD rats supplied seasoning chicken product and patty only. Hepatic lipid peroxidation measured by TBARS method was not different, compared to that of control. In conclusion, the diets with meat products containing $1\%$ natural extracts were effective in reducing plasma and hepatic cholesterol levels in rats.

A Study on the Characteristics of Salad Dressings Containing Chicken Foot Gelatin (닭발 추출 젤라틴을 이용한 샐러드 드레싱의 품질 특성)

  • Shin, Mee-Hye;Kim, Jong-Goon;Kang, Kun-Og
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.58-63
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    • 2008
  • This study was conducted to present fundamental data on the physicochemical properties and sensory qualities of salad dressings made with chicken foot gelatin. Preliminary experiments were performed to confirm the gelatin powder concentrations in preparing gelatin solutions. A 2% gelatin solution, including 0.5% agar, was prepared for use in the experiments that followed. Sensory evaluations were conducted to compare the organoleptic acceptance of dressings manufactured with differing concentrations of the additive in seasoning soybean sauce, mayonnaise, and sesame powder. The viscosities of the dressings significantly increased with increasing gelatin powder concentration. A decrease in turbidity was observed in the mayonnaise and sesame dressings. The color difference values of all dressings indicated no changes. In sensory evaluations of dressings prepared with gelatin solutions at different concentrations of 2 g (1%), 4 g (2%), and 8 g (4%) of gelatin powder, the 4 g (2%) sample received the highest score for overall acceptance. From this study, which was conducted to find an efficient use for chicken house wast product, it is anticipated that chicken feet will be utilized as a new raw material for producing collagen and gelatin, protein sources widely increasing in use with in the food and bio-industries.

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Physicochemical and Sensory Characteristics of Salad Dressing using Gelatin Extracted from Chicken Foot Skin (닭발껍질추출 Gelatin을 이용한 Salad 드레싱의 이화학적 및 관능적 특성)

  • 신미혜;남상명
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.123-135
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    • 2003
  • This study was conducted to present the fundamental data on physicochemical properties and sensory evaluation of salad dressing by chicken foot gelatin. Preliminary experiments were performed for conforming the concentration of gelatin powder to make the gelatin solution. Gelatin solution of 2% including agar of 0.5% was fixed for using the followed experiments. Sensory evalution was conducted to compare the organoleptic acceptance of dressing manufactured with the difference of the concentration of additives, seasoning soybean sauce, mayonnaise, and sesame powder. Gelatin-dressing prepared with seasoning soybean sauce of 10% appeared the most acceptance. In mustard mayonnaise dressing made with gelatin solution, 10% of mayonnaise added was good in low concentration. Sesame dressing prepared with gelatin solution by adding sesame powder of 30 g was excellent. Shear stresses to shear rates of dressing were tested at 45$^{\circ}C$. Viscosity of soybean sauce dressing decreased following to increase of the content. However, mustard mayonnaise and sesame dressing appeared the opposite results. Viscosities of the dressings statistically increased by the increase of the concentration of the addition of gelatin powder. The decrease of turbidity was observed in mayonnaise dressing and in sesame dressing. Color difference values of all dressings did not appear any differences. At sensory test to the dressings prepared with gelatin solution of the different concentration of 1, 2 and 4 % of gelatin powder, dressings with 2%(4 g) of gelatin appeared the highest score in overall acceptance in all samples. In this study conducted to efficiently use a waste product of chicken house, chicken foot, the use of the chicken foot is expected as a new raw material for producing collagen and gelatin, protein source widely increasing in the field of food and bioindustries.

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Study on Utilization of Animal By-products from Food Processing by Enzyme Treatment (효소를 이용한 동물성 식품가공부산물의 식품 소재화 탐색)

  • Chae, Hee-Jeong;In, Man-Jin
    • Applied Biological Chemistry
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    • v.47 no.2
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    • pp.197-201
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    • 2004
  • In order to recycle animal by-products from food processing as food seasonings, pig bone (PB), chicken bone (CB) and tuna dark flesh (TDF) were studied. PB and CB extract prepared by hot water extraction for 18 h were hydrolyzed with protease and lipase. The DHs of PB and CB extract were increased to 70% and 80%, respectively, when Flavourzyme was treated after pancreatic enzyme treatment. When TDF was hydrolyzed with Alcalase and Flavourzyme, dry matter yield and total protein yield were around 22% and 9%, respectively. Also the free ammo acid content in hydrolysate reached up to 27% of total solid. The sensory properties of three hydrolysates containing 1% NaCl were, in order of their overall acceptance, TDF, PB and CB. Therefore, tuna dark flesh turned out to be the suitable animal by-product as raw material for seasoning ingredient.

Identification of Raw Materials in Processed Meat Products by PCR Using Species-Specific Primer (종 특이 프라이머를 이용한 식육가공품의 사용원료 판별법)

  • Park, Yong-Chjun;Ahn, Chi-Young;Jin, Sang-Ook;Lim, Ji-Young;Kim, Kyu-Heon;Lee, Jae-Hwang;Cho, Tae-Yong;Lee, Hwa-Jung;Park, Kun-Sang;Yoon, Hae-Sung
    • Journal of Food Hygiene and Safety
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.68-73
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    • 2012
  • In this study, a method was developed using molecular biological technique to distinguish an authenticity of meats for processed meat products. The genes for distinction of species about meats targeted at 12S or 16S genes in mitochondrial DNA and the species-specific primers were designed by that PCR products' size was around 200bp for applying to processed products. The target materials were 10 species of livestock products and it checked whether expected PCR products were created or not by electrophoresis after PCR using species-specific primers. The results of PCR for beef, pork, goat meat, mutton, venison, and horse meat were 131, 138, 168, 144, 191, and 142 bp each. The expected PCR products were confirmed at 281, 186, 174, and 238 bp for chicken, duck, turkeymeat, and ostrich. Also, non-specific PCR products were not detected in similar species by species-specific primers. The method using primers developed in this study confirm to be applicable for composite seasoning including beefs and processed meat products including pork and chicken. Therefore, this method may apply to distinguish an authenticity of meats for various processed products.

Perception of Food Safety and Risk of Foodborne Illness with Consumption of Meat and Processed Meat Products (식육 및 식육가공품 섭취에 따른 안전성 및 식중독 위험성 인식)

  • Choi, So Jeong;Park, Jin Hwa;Kim, Han Sol;Cho, Joon Il;Joo, In Sun;Kwak, Hyo Sun;Heo, Jin Jae;Yoon, Ki Sun
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.32 no.4
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    • pp.476-491
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: This study investigated consumers' perception of food safety and risk from foodborne illness and consumption pattern of meat and processed meat products in Korea. Methods: A quantitative survey was performed by trained interviewers, surveying 1,500 adults who were randomly selected from six major provinces in Korea. Results: Most of the respondents reported foodborne illness risk related to the consumption of raw meat but not related to heated meat and processed meat products. As respondents perceived the risk of food poisoning from raw meat, the purchase and intake decreased (p<0.001). Most of the respondents considered a low possibility of foodborne illness at home. Seventy-seven percent of the respondents thought that bacteria and virus are the main causes of foodborne illness. Improper storage practice (40.7%) and unsafe food material (29.3%) were the main risk factors contributing to foodborne illness. Perception and practice of food safety was significantly different by the residency area. The most preferred meat, processed meat, and processed ground meat products were pork (58%), ham (31.1%), and pork cutlet (40.4%), respectively. The most preferred cooking method was roasting, regardless of the type of meat, but the second preference for cooking method was significantly affected by the type of meat (p<0.001): stir-fried pork, beef with seasoning, fried-chicken and boiled duck. Frequency of eating out was 0.75/day on weekdays and 0.78/day on weekends at the mainly Korean BBQ restaurant. Conclusion: The results of this study could be used to develop science-based education materials for consumer and the specific guideline of risk management of meat and processed meat products.