A Study on Rancidity of Edible Soybean Oil by Cooking Frequency in Mass Meal Services and Homes

단체급식소 및 가정에서 식용유의 사용실태와 산패도에 관한 조사 연구

  • 서은숙 (원광대학교 가정대학 식품영양학과) ;
  • 한소현 (원광대학교 가정대학 식품영양학과) ;
  • 문범수 (원광대학교 가정대학 식품영양학과)
  • Published : 1994.12.01

Abstract

Customary usage of oil at homes and rancidity of edible soybean oil by cooking frequency at homes and mass meal services were investigated. 80% of house wives bought the cooking oil by 1.8ι unit container and 70% of them read either the manufactured date or explanatory note for use. 85% of house wives kept oil in the storage case under sink or in the pantry chest, and 80% of oils were used once or twice and 20% used three times for cooking. Acid value(AV), iodine value(IV), peroxide value(POV), carbonyl value(CoV) and thiobarbituric acid value(TBAV) of fresh soybean oil were lower than standard level. In the rancidity by cooking frequency, the acid value, peroxide value, carbonyl value and thiobarbituric acid value increased significantly when oil was used once and iodine value decreased significantly when used once and twice at both mass meal services and homes. The level of the acid value, iodine value, carbonyl value and thiobarbituric acid value of oil used at mass meal services did not show significant difference from those of oil used at homes. But, the peroxide value of oil used thrice at mass meal services was significantly higher than those of homes.