Variation of Retrogradation and Preference of Bread with Added Flour of Angelica keiskei Koidz during the Storage

신선초가루를 첨가한 식빵의 저장 중 노화도와 기호도의 변화

  • Published : 1999.02.01


We have got the following results from tests in the course of time retrogradation and taste change in bread with added flour of Angelica keiskei Koidz, which had been stored in room temperature (27±2oC), refrigerating(2±1oC) and freezing( 20±1oC), respectively. Bread with the added flour showed a little lower degree of retrogradation than control group, and every group in room temperature retrograded from the very first day. The degree of retrogradation of the group in refrigerating was far greater comparing with the group in room temperature. The longer bread was stored, the lower the degree of retrogradation was, and the higher the adding rate of the flour got, the later its retrogradation happened. Especially the flour of this vegetable's stem turned out to be the most effective in retarding its retrogradation. Group stored 30 days in freezing didn't show a wide difference in retrograde comparing with the group before storage. Preference for color and shape of the flour added bread stored in room temperatue, refrigerating and freezing did not change significantly from the group before storage. Although preference decreased for flavor, texture, mouth feel and overall quality with the lapse of time, flour added group improved in preference for these factors comparing with the control group. Above all, added flour of pretreated stem proved to be the most effective in the sensory tests. With respect to the storing method, the group stored in refrigerating showed greater preference for the texture and mouth feel over the groups in room temperature and freezing. Flavor preference of the group in freezing was the lowest of all.



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