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A Study on the Design of Traditional Food Package Under the Use of Hanji(I) - Design of Korean dried confectionary package - (한지를 이용한 전통식품 포장재 디자인에 관한 연구(제1보) - 한과류 포장재 디자인 -)

  • Lee, Yu-Ra;Kim, Hye-Won;Lim, Hyun-A
    • Journal of Korea Technical Association of The Pulp and Paper Industry
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    • v.39 no.2
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    • pp.68-77
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    • 2007
  • It is necessary to recognize philosophical and scientific depth, contained in traditional culture in a correct fashion, in order to succeed and develop our excellent traditional culture. Some studies on storage, circulation, and package design of traditional food will multiple the added value of traditional culture. So this research was carried out for making packing cases of kinds of Korean dried confectionery using Hanji by traditional manufacturing method, Hanji textile, charcoal Hanji and jade Hanji, and for developing environmental-friendly Korean dried confectionery package as more luxurious packaging papers by putting an exterior design on the surface. The results measured physical properties, air permeability and anti-mold activity of Hanji, and designing Korean dried confectionery are as follows. The physical properties and air permeability used to manufacture Korean dried confectionery package, turned out to be no affection to the food packaging Hanji. In order to avoid the monotonousness of Korean dried confectionery package, it was designed with Hanji textile together with elegant traditional pattern. It is estimated to increase the value of Korean dried food and to make the anti-mold activity of Hanji added charcoal and jade effective. In conclusion, by developing individual properties of traditional food and proper packaging paper as well as packaging design according to circulating situation, it is considered that the taste and the fancy can be maximized. After all, by applying excellent traits contained in our race's culture, it is possible to develop the package cases into competitive ones. And it would be able to increase utilization of Hanji. Namely, production of high quality traditional food package with Hanji is expected for new valuable industry of Hanji.

The amelioration of plasma lipids by Korean traditional confectionery in middle-aged women: A cross-over study with western cookie

  • Hong, Sun Hee;Kim, Mijeong;Woo, Minji;Noh, Jeong Sook;Lee, JaeHwan;Chung, Lana;Song, Yeong Ok
    • Nutrition Research and Practice
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    • v.10 no.6
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    • pp.590-596
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    • 2016
  • BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to examine whether plasma lipid profiles are affected differently by snack kinds with equal calorific values. SUBJECTS/METHODS: We compared a Korean traditional confectionery (dasik) with Western confectionery (cookie) in this regard. Controlled cross-over study consisted of two 3-week snack intake phases and for separating, a 2-week washout period (3-2-3) was carried out with 30 healthy women aged between 40-59 years old. Brown rice based Korean traditional confectionery and wheat flour based Western confectionery were used. The participants consumed either dasik or cookie every day for 3 weeks, providing 93 kcal a day. RESULTS: The total cholesterol (TC) in the dasik group had decreased significantly after 3 weeks (P < 0.05). Furthermore, in the dasik group, reduction in TC and low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol were greater than those in the cookie group (P < 0.05). CONCLUSIONS: Prioritizing functional snacks like dasik improves plasma lipid profiles; this may be useful information for individuals who cannot refrain from snacking.

An Exploratory Study on Kwa-Jung-ryu of Head Families (종가의 과정(한과)류에 관한 탐색적 연구)

  • Kwon, Yong-Seok;Kim, Young;Kim, Yang-Suk;Choe, Jeong-Sook;Lee, Jin-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.27 no.6
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    • pp.588-597
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    • 2012
  • This study was to examine Kwa-Jung-ryu, a traditional Korean confectionery, made by head families. We examined the materials and recipes of Kwa-Jung-ryu, which were classified into Yumilgwa, Yugwa, Jeonggwa, Dasikgwa, Yeot-Gangjeong, Dang (Yeot), and others. There were 13 head families that introduced Kwa-Jung-ryu, two each from Gyeonggi-do, Jeolla-do, and Chuncheong-do, and seven from Gyeongsang-do. There are 33 types of Kwa-Jung-ryu, which averages to about 2.5 types per family. But the Pungsan Ryu, Yeoju Lee, and Andong Kwon families introduced the most Kwa-Jung-ryu with 5 types each. The most popular types of Kwa-Jung-ryu were Yumilgwa, introduced by 7 families (Yakgwa by 6 and Maejakgwa by 1), then Jeonggwa by 6 families (Jeonggwa by 3, Pyeon-gang by 1, and Jeonggwa and Pyeon-gang by 2), and Dasikgwa and other Kwa-Jung-ryu by 5 families (Gotgam-mari by 4 and Seopsansam by 1). Classifying Kwa-Jung-ryu by recipe, the most frequently introduced were 8 types of Jeonggwa-ryu, 7 types of Yumilgwa, 5 types of Dasikgwa, 3 types of Yeot-Gangjeong and Dang (Yeot), and 2 types of Yugwa.

A Study on the Effect of Taste Preference on Harmony of Coffee Food (커피음식 조화도에 영향을 미치는 맛 선호도에 관한 연구)

  • Bok, Hye-Ja;Jin, Yang-Ho
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.58-77
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    • 2011
  • In this study, the correlation between harmony of coffee-food and taste preference was examined by conducting an investigative analysis in oilier to find out taste preference having effect on the harmony of coffee-food. As a result of study, foreign food was perceived as having average level or higher harmony in confectionery and bread in harmony of coffee-food, coffee beans were perceived as being more harmonious than a coffee mix. Korean food was perceived as average or lower harmony with coffee with s relatively high level in rice cake, traditional snacks and Hangwa, all of which are traditional desserts. In the correlation between taste preference and harmony of coffee-food, foreign food was shown well-matched with coffee as sweet and salty tastes were low; however, for sour, hitter, spicy and plain tastes, the more preference they had, the better-matched they were. As a result, taste preference had effect on harmony with coffee-food. For foreign food, it was shown that sweet and plain tastes influenced it while bitter and plain tastes did in Korean food in general.

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Study on Dasik's Recipe of Jong-Ga (Head Family) in Gyeongbuk Area (경북 지역 종가(宗家)의 다식에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Mo-Ra;Kim, Bo-Ram;Kim, Gwi-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.31 no.4
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    • pp.325-338
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    • 2016
  • The objective of this study was to review Dasik's recipe of Jong-Ga in the Gyeongbuk area. Main methods of this study were literature review and in-depth interview. To study the historical transition of traditional Dasik, analysis of 11 cooking books from the 1400's to 1800's was carried out. Jong-Ga was made using Dasik and main ingredients were Songhwa, Kka and Kong Dasik. Special Dasik was in nine of Jong-Ga (Ipjae's head family of Pungyang Jo's clan, Sojea head family Gwangju No's clan, Sawoodang head family Uiseong Kim's clan, Heobaekdang's head family of Bukye Hong's clan, Taechon's head family of Gyeseong Go's clan, Gwiam's head family of Gwangju Lee's clan, Songdang's head family of Milyang Park's clan, Haeweol's head family of Pyeonghae Hwang's clan, Galyam's head family of Jaeryoung Lee's clan) and Dasik are Gamphi dasik, Heukimja dasik, Baksulgi dasik, Tibap dasik, Daechu dasik, Yukpo dasik, Misutgaru dasik, Dotori dasik and Omija Dasik. It was used as a ritual food and reception food for guests. These recipes are good examples of functional and modern of Korean food. In the future, Dasik as well as discovery of ingredients in other foods of Jong-Ga are needed

Sensory Properties and Consumer Acceptance of Dasik (Korean Traditional Confectioneries) (다식의 관능적 특성 및 소비자 기호도 분석)

  • Yang, Jeong-Eun;Lee, Ji-Hyeon;Choi, Soon-Ah;Chung, Lana
    • Journal of the East Asian Society of Dietary Life
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    • v.22 no.6
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    • pp.836-850
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    • 2012
  • This study was conducted to identify the sensory characteristics of the Korean traditional confectionery, dasik, prepared under different conditions and to compare their consumer acceptance in Korea. To accomplish this, descriptive analysis of eight samples prepared using two types of rice cake powder, dasik (Rflour, Rflour_Omija), brown rice powder red ginseng dasik (Brice_Ginseng_P), pinepollen dasik (PineP), black sesame dasik (BSesame), bean dasik (Rbean), and two types of mungbean starch dasik (Starch_Omija, Starch_Greentea), was conducted by ten trained panelists. In addition, 81 consumers evaluated the overall acceptance (OL), acceptance of appearance (APPL), odor (ODL), flavor (FLL), and texture (TXTL) of the samples using a 9-point hedonic scale, as well as the perceived intensities of sesame flavor, sweetness, and hardness using a 9-point just-about-right (JAR) scale. Partial least square- regression (PLSR) indicated that the BSesame and Rbean samples, which had significantly (p<0.05) high roasted sesame, burnt, greasy, glossy, and cooked chestnut flavor scores, had the highest acceptability and consumer desire scores. Additionally, the PineP and Rflour_Omija samples, which had relatively high particle size, transparency, roughness, spoiled tofu, fermentation and raw rice flavor scores, were the least preferred samples. Therefore, roasted sesame, burnt, greasy, glossy, and cooked chestnut flavor attributes were considered drivers of "liking" whereas particle size, transparent, roughness, spoiled tofu, fermentation, and raw rice flavor attributes acted as drivers of "disliking" among consumers.

Establishment of the Preparation Method on Quality Changes of Seasoned Perilla Leaves during Storage (깻잎절임의 조리조건 확립 및 품질변화)

  • Lyu, Eun-Soon;Lee, Ki-Eun;Choi, Dong-Man;Shin, Dong-Ju;Chung, Sun-Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Food Preservation
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    • v.14 no.6
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    • pp.598-604
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    • 2007
  • Process development and standardization are necessary in maintaining high hygienicquality of side dishes. Seasoned perilla leaves are a typical side dish needing process development. In this study the optimum condition for preparing seasoned perilla leaves was investigated experimentally. The best sensory quality was established by response surface methodology. The rinsing and washing method of preparing fresh perilla leaves was optimized to decontaminate the raw material and preserve the product in chilled storage. Washing and rising with 3% salt water reduced the aerobic bacterial count of perilla leaves to 0.55 (log CFU/g), while rinsing reduced the load from 8.08 to 4.27 (log CFU/g). The effect of rinsing method was maintained during subsequent storage of the prepared seasoned leaves at $10^{\circ}C$. There was no significant quality change in the product during chilled storage at $10^{\circ}C$. Soaking in 3% salt water for 1 min, followed by rinsing with tap water, contributed positively to the microbial quality, and is proposed as the optimal preparation method.

Exploration of Preservation Hurdles in Korean Traditional Side Dishes (한국전통 밑반찬류에 사용된 보존 Hurdle의 발굴)

  • Chung Sun-Kyung;Lyu Eun-Soon;Lee Dong-Sun
    • Korean Journal of Food Preservation
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.259-268
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    • 2006
  • We investigated food preservation hurdles used for Korean traditional side dishes. As a first step of the research preparation and cooking recipes of the side dishes were surveyed, which are commonly used in Korean households. As next step, compositional and microbial quality attributes were measured onto the samples collected from the market. Antimicrobial ingredient added in the preparation are reasoned to work as important hurdles based on the scientific principles. Heating processes such as blanching, boiling, braising, hard-boiling and frying help to keep the produce decontamination or water activity adjustment. Measured salt contents of most side dishes were in the range of 1-5% with those of salt-preserved vegetables being higher. pH values were 4.7-6.4 with those of salt-preserved vegetables being lower and those of hard boiled fishes being higher. Soluble solids of braised or hard-boiled dishes were usually above $40^{\circ}Brix$, while those of blanched and seasoned vegetables had lower values. Water activity values were 0.93-0.95 for seasoned vegetables and 0.77-0.88 for hard-boiled or semi dried beans and seafoods. Product with processing steps of braising or blanching showed lower bacterial load of 102-104 cfu/g, while seasoned or salt-preserved vegetables and seafoods had aerobic bacterial count above 106 cfu/g. Korean traditional side dishes were found to apply the appropriate combinations of heating preparation process, water activity and pH adjustment and salting, providing the required preservation properties.

An Investigation on 'Kwa-Jung';Traditional Korean Confectionery Items, Found in Korean Literatures Prior to the 17th Century (17세기 이전 조선시대 과정류의 문헌적 고찰)

  • Cho, Shin-Ho;Chung, Rak-Won;Choi, Young-Jin;Kim, Eun-Mi;Won, Sun-Im;Cha, Gyung-Hee;Kim, Hyun-Sook;Lee, Hyo-Gee
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.312-324
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    • 2008
  • In this study, we investigated the names and various types of "kwa-jung" along with their recipes and ingredients occurring in Korean cookbooks published before the 17th century. The kwa-jungs were classified into 7 groups including Yoomilkwa, Yookwa, Dasik, Junkwa, Kwapyun, Yutganjung and Dang. A total of 72 kinds of kwa-jung were found. 26 kinds of Yoomilkwa, 18 kinds of Yookwa, 7 kinds of Dasik, 10 kinds of Junkwa, 1 kind of Kwapyun, 3 kinds of Yutganjung and 8 kinds of Dang. Among the types of Yoomilkwa, Yackwa was recognized as the best food according to the references. Also the cooking methods for items had a tendency to become simpler as society became modernized. Original and rare Ingredients were often substituted with other items that could be found more easily where people lived As recorded, the Yookwa group included kangyung, sanja, and bingsakwa. And as society became modernized, people tended to buy Yookwa in the store rather than making it at home due to its complicated and often difficult cooking process. The Dasik items were a kneaded mixture of flour, or the flour of chestnuts, with honey. These were formed into various patterns like birds, animals, butterflies, tree leaves and flowers, or as ki-wha by using printing cooking utensils Honey was used as a sweetener and as a combining material. The Junkwa consisted of roots or fruits that could be easily obtained these cooked or raw foodstuffs were then mixed with sugar and simmered. The Kwapyun used sour fruit juices as a main ingredient. These were then combined with sugar and simmered and allowed to harden. Then they were cut into square shapes after cooling. Yutkangjung was a mixture of yut, chochung, honey or syrup and pine nuts. which was combined over low heat. After mixing and stirring it was cut into square shapes. Finally, the Yut was typically cooked with grains and powdered malt and stirred until thickened.

Quality Characteristics of Soybean Dasik with Spirulina (스피루리나를 첨가하여 제조한 콩다식의 품질 특성)

  • Kim, Hye-Jeong;Kim, Mi-Yeon;Lee, Yun-Jin;Kim, Mee-Ree
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.24 no.6
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    • pp.899-904
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    • 2008
  • Dasik is a type of Korean traditional confectionery that is kneaded with various grains, nuts or herb flour and honey and then pressed with a decorative press. Soybeans are a rich in protein, lipids, dietary fiber, minerals and fat soluble vitamins. Spirulina is a functional food that contains protein, lipids, carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins, dietary fiber and pigments. In this study, soybean Dasik containing spirulina was developed in an attempt to provide an easy method of incorporating spirulina into daily dietary life. In addition, we evaluated the quality characteristics of the soybean Dasik with spirulina that was developed here. Specifically, 0, 10, 20 and 30% spirulina was added to the soybean powder that was used to prepare soybean Dasik. Soybean Dasik that contained 30% spirulina had a higher moisture content and lower hardness when compared to other groups. In addition, the L, a and b value decreased as the level of spirulina increased. Furthermore, the antioxidant activity of soybean Dasik increased according to the increase in the addition of spirulina. Specifically, the $IC_{50}$ values of the DPPH and hydroxyl radical scavenging activity of the control group were 76.6 mg/mL and 100.7 mg/mL, respectively, whereas these values were 26.3 mg/mL and 32.9 mg/mL, respectively, in Soybean Dasik that contained 30% spirulina. When a sensory evaluation was conducted, the overall preference decreased as the level of added spirulina increased. When the buying intension was evaluated, the control group had the highest score (7.8), followed by that of the Dasik that contained 20% spirulina (7.2) The buying intention was lowest for the Dasik that contained 30% spirulina. In conclusion, Soybean Dasik that contained up to 20% spirulina would be maketable.