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The influence of concentration and temperature on the viscoelastic properties of tomato pomace dispersions
The influence of concentration and temperature on the rheological properties of tomato pomace dispersions obtained by rehydration of lyophilized and grinded tomato pomace was investigated in this paper. Examined systems ...
The optimisation of traditional fermentation process of white cabbage (in relation to biogenic amines and polyamines content and microbiological profile)
White cabbage heads cultivar “Futoški” and hybrid “Bravo” were investigated during fermentation process, for 50 days, at different temperature regimes (16–18; 18–20; 20–22 °C) and salt concentrations 1, 1.5 and 2%. The ...
Possibility of Alternaria toxins reduction by extrusion processing of whole wheat flour
This study represents the first report about possibility of reduction of Alternaria toxins in wheat using the extrusion process. Effects of extrusion processing parameters – moisture content (w = 16, 20, 24 g/100 g), feeding ...
Effect of Climate Change on Wheat Quality and HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition in the Pannonian Plain
The primary goal of this study is to improve our understanding of the extent of influence of climatic factors in Serbia and high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit (HMW-GS) composition upon wheat end-use quality. In-depth ...
Development of low calorie jams with increased content of natural dietary fibre made from tomato pomace
In this study, four jam formulations were developed, starting with the basic formulation (Jam 1) containing sucrose and without added pectin. Sucrose was partially (50%) replaced by stevioside in formulations of Jam 2 and ...