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Effects of the Water Extract of Beef Shank Bones on the Physical and Sensory Characteristics of Cooked Rice for JeonJu Bibimbap (사골 추출물이 전주비빔밥용 밥의 물리적 및 관능적 특성에 미치는 영향)

  • Yoon, Gye-Soon;Lee, Bo-Soon;Park, Ki-Hong
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.19 no.6
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    • pp.1018-1024
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    • 2009
  • The effects of the water extract of beef shank bones on the physical and sensory characteristics of cooked rice for JeonJu Bibimbap were investigated. Five kinds of cooked rice were prepared with 0%(control), 20%, 40%, 60%, and 100% of the beef shank bones extract. An increase in the beef shank bones extract concentration was associated with a lower moisture content of the cooked rice. The color(L, b value) of the cooked rice prepared with the beef shank bones extract became gradually darker during storage at $60^{\circ}C$. In regards to the textural properties of the cooked rice, the hardness increased with the addition of the beef shank bones extract and chewiness was changed in a similar pattern to that of hardness. However, the adhesiveness significantly decreased. In the sensory evaluation, the cooked rice prepared with 20 and 40% of the beef shank bones extract had the best sensory quality for JeonJu Bibimbap.

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Effect of Different Maturity Scores and Number of Extractions on the Sensory Traits of Water Extract from Hanwoo Shank Bones (한우 성숙도와 추출횟수가 사골용출액의 관능 특성에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Jin-Hyoung;Cho, Soo-Hyun;Seong, Pil-Nam;Hah, Kyung-Hee;Yun, Yeong-Tak;Lim, Dong-Gyun;Park, Beom-Young;Lee, Jong-Moon;Kim, Dong-Hun;Ahn, Chong-Nam
    • Food Science of Animal Resources
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.45-50
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    • 2008
  • This study was conducted to investigate the effect of different maturity scores [2 (bull), 2 (steer), 3-9 (cow)] and the number of extractions on water extract from Hanwoo shank bones (arm, fore shank, round and hind shank) with regard to sensory traits (white color, aroma, taste, overall acceptability). The white color of water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of maturity score 2 (bull and steer) was lighter than with maturity scores of 3-9 (cow) (p<0.05). The aroma of water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of maturity score 2 (bull and steer) was stronger than with other maturity scores 3-9 (cow) except for maturity score 5 (p<0.05). The taste and overall acceptability of water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of maturity score 2 (bull and steer) were higher than with maturity scores of 3-9 (cow) (p<0.05). The white color, aroma, taste and overall acceptability of water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of all maturity scores significantly decreased as the number of extractions (from 2nd to 4th) increased (p<0.05). In conclusion, there were significant differences between maturity scores 2 and maturity scores 3-9 (cow) with regard to sensory traits. Further studies need to address whether different maturity scores affect the price of shank bones in the meat industry.

Effect of Maturity Scores and Number of Extractions on the Chemical Properties of Water Extract from Hanwoo Shank Bones (한우 성숙도와 추출횟수가 사골용출액의 화학적 특성에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Jin-Hyoung;Cho, Soo-Hyun;Seong, Pil-Nam;Hah, Kyung-Hee;Jeong, Jin-Hyung;Lim, Dong-Gyun;Park, Beom-Young;Lee, Jong-Moon;Kim, Dong-Hun;Ahn, Chong-Nam
    • Food Science of Animal Resources
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.463-468
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    • 2007
  • This study was conducted to investigate the effect of maturity scores [2 (bull), 2 (steer), 3-9 (cow)] and the number of extractions (up to 4 times) on the chemical properties of water extract from Hanwoo shank bones (arm, fore shank, round and hind shank). The turbidity, meat color (CIE L value), collagen, protein, caloric and chondroitin sulfate contents of samples were observed. The turbidity and lightness were higher for water extract of Hanwoo shank bones with a maturity score of 2 (bull and steer) than maturity scores of 3-9 (cow) (p<0.05). The turbidity and lightness of water extract from shank bones of all Hanwoo maturity scores significantly increased with the 1st and 2nd extractions, but significantly decreased with 3rd and 4th extractions (p<0.05). The collagen and protein contents were highest for water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of maturity score 2 (bull and steer) (p<0.05). The caloric and chondroitin sulfate contents were higher for water extract from Hanwoo shank bones of maturity score 2 (bull and steer) than maturity scores of 3-9 (cow) (p<0.05). As the number of extractions increased, the chondroitin sulfate content significantly decreased (p<0.05). Based on these results, differences correlating with maturity scores were found only with collagen and protein contents. Therefore, further studies should be considered to address whether different maturity scores affect the price of shank bones in the meat industry.

Effect of Parity of Hanwoo Cow on Physico-Chemical, Sensory and Nutritional Characteristics of Sullungtang (한우 암소의 산차가 설렁탕의 이화학적, 관능적 및 영양적 특성에 미치는 영향)

  • 김진형;박범영;조수현;유영모;채현석;이종문;안종남;김학균;김용곤
    • Food Science of Animal Resources
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.87-92
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    • 2000
  • This study was performed to provide scientific information for consumers and to increase the quality and consumption of Sullungtang prepared with bone from Hanwoo. The physico-chemical, sensory, nutritional properties of Sullungtang by different parity were investigated. The extracting extents of blood were significantly higher for heifer among Hanwoo cows with different parity(none, the second or the fourth) and for back bones among different bone portions (round, hind shank, arm, fore shank or back bone) (p〈0.05). For Sullungtang extracted from bones of heifer was higher in collagen contents than those extracted from cows with the second or the fourth parity. Sullungtang extracted from bones of heifer and cows with the second parity had significantly higher contents of condroitin and viscosity than those of cows with the fourth parity, however there was no significant difference between heifer and cows with the second parity. In color, L values were significantly high, and a and b values were significantly low for Sullungtang extracted from bones of heifer when compared to those extracted from the other cows with the second parity. The contents of total nitrogen, sodium, or calcium were higher for Sullungtang extracted from heifer than those from the cows with the second or the fourth parity. In amino acid compositions, the percentages of glycine were highest and proline and glutamic acid were followed fro all Sullungtang samples from Hanwoo. The results showed that the overall quality of Sullungtang significantly decreased as the parity increased for Hanwoo cows. The Sullungtang extracted from bones of heifer had the best sensory scores as well as nutritional quality when compared to those extracted from the cows with parity. Therefore, the labeling and price for cow bones should be differently evaluated by their parity and age in marketing system.

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Effects of Mixed Bone and Brisket Meat on Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Shank Bone and Rib Extracts from Hanwoo

  • Choi, Hyung-Gyu;Choi, Hyun-Su;Choi, Young-Seok;Jung, Myung-Ok;Choi, Jung-Seok;Choi, Yang-Il
    • Food Science of Animal Resources
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.61-67
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    • 2016
  • This study was conducted to investigate the effects of mixed bone and brisket meat on the quality characteristics and nutritional components of shank bone extract and rib extract from Hanwoo. The pH values were influenced by the raw bones, mixed bone, brisket meat and their interactions (p<0.05). The salinity, sugar content, turbidity, and essential amino acid values increased significantly with addition of mixed bone and brisket meat. All attributes of sensory evaluation score were the highest in T6 (Rib 500 g + Mixed bone 500 g + Brisket meat 400 g) (p<0.05). The mixed bone significantly increased the saturated fatty acids of shank bone extract (p<0.001). Thus, the addition of mixed bone and brisket meat had a positive effect on the quality and nutritional components in shank and rib extracts of Hanwoo cattle.

Combination effect of acetic acid and citric acid on calcium and phosphorus extraction from shank bone (초산과 구연산의 조합이 사골로부터 칼슘과 인의 용출에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Dong Chung;Won, Sun Im;In, Man-Jin
    • Journal of Applied Biological Chemistry
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    • v.60 no.1
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    • pp.19-22
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    • 2017
  • This study was conducted to investigate the effect of acetic acid and citric acid treatments on amount and content ratio of calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) which were extracted from beef shank bones. The amount of Ca in shank bone extracts significantly increased with increasing citric acid and acetic acid concentration, whereas the amount of P increased with only adding citric acid to extraction media. In the case of combined treatment with 0.2 % acetic acid and 0.1 % citric acid, the amounts of Ca and P increased to 30 and 400 %, respectively and Ca and P ratio were drastically improved from 7.53 to 1.85 compared with treatment of 0.2 % acetic acid. The sensory score of shank bone extract prepared with 0.2 % acetic acid and 0.1 % citric acid treatment showed the highest values in taste and overall acceptability among the tested shank bone extracts.

Growth Performance and Carcass Evaluation of Jeju Native Cattle and Its Crossbreds Fed for Long Fattening Period

  • Lee, W.S.;Oh, W.Y.;Lee, S.S.;Khan, M.A.;Ko, M.S.;Kim, H.S.;Ha, J.K.
    • Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
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    • v.20 no.12
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    • pp.1909-1916
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    • 2007
  • This study compared the growth performance and carcass evaluation of Jeju native cattle (JNC) and its crossbreds (CBK = 25 JNC:50 Charolais:25 Brahman and BCBK = 62.5 JNC:25 Charolais:12.5 Brahman). Eight male calves of each JNC, CBK and BCBK were weaned at 4 month of age and were fed for 24 months of age. All animals grazed a pasture between 5 to 10 months of age then they were fed growing ration at the rate of 1.5% of their BW along with ad libitum supply of Italian ryegrass hay between 11 to 16 months of age and thereafter switched to ad libitum feeding of finishing ration and hay between 17 to 24 months of age. Mean body weight (BW) and BW gain were higher in CBK compared with BCBK and JNC at 4, 10, 16 and 24 months of age. Average daily BW gain during 4 to 10 months of age was the highest for CBK followed by BCBK and JNC. However, daily BW gain was higher in BCBK than in CBK and JNC during 11 and 16 months of age. During fattening period (17 to 24 months) average daily BW gain was higher in JNC than in CBK and BCBK. Slaughter weight, hot and cold carcass weight were higher in CBK compared with JNC and BCBK. Weight of bones, boneless meat, ribs, excluded rib meat, retailed cut meat, tender loin, sir loin, strip loin, sticking, top round, bottom round, fore leg, shank, and thin-flank were higher in CBK than in BCBK and JNC. Fat weight in these carcass cuts and kidney fat was similar in JNC and its crossbreds. Logissimus dorsi and its ratio were higher in CBK compared with BCBK and JNC. Percent moisture, crude protein, and ash contents of beef were similar in JNC and its crossbreds. Percent beef fat was higher in JNC and BCBK than in CBK. Cooking loss and water holding capacity of beef was similar in JNC and its crossbreds. Sheer force was lower in BCBK compared with JNC and CBK. Juiciness, tenderness and flavor of beef were higher in BCBK compared with JNC and CBK. In conclusion, CBK has shown higher growth rate and produced heavier carcasses with good degree of fatness compared with JNC and BCBK. However, fattening for longer period could increase the maintenance cost in CBK and BCBK because of their higher BW which they attained during growing period.