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Influence of buckwheat flour and carboxymethyl cellulose on rheological behaviour and baking performance of gluten-free cookie dough
(Springer Verlag, 2013-07)
In the present study, the influence of buckwheat flour and carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) on the production of sheetable gluten-free cookie dough of acceptable rheological properties and subsequently their effect on the ...
Influence of starch sodium octenyl succinate on rheological behaviour of wheat flour dough systems
Experimental and theoretical influence of addition of various amounts of three types starch sodium octenyl succinate (OSA) granules (0–20%): (a) non-physically modified, (b) pregelatinized and (c) hydrolyzed spray-dried ...
Overall and local bread expansion, mechanical properties, and molecular structure during bread baking: Effect of emulsifying starches
In order to determine the relationship between molecular structure of wheat bread dough, its mechanical properties, total and local bread expansion during baking and final bread quality, different methods (rheological, ...