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The Effect of Medium-Cooked Rice on the Production of Korean Traditional Yakju (한국 전통 약주의 제조시 반숙미의 사용효과)

  • 소명환;유태종
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.189-198
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    • 1993
  • This study was carried out to investigate the effect of medium-cooked rice on brewing of yakju which was a traditional rice wine in Korea. The influences of cooking temperature of rice on hydrolysis of rice starch and rice protein were tested, and experimental brewings were done according to the traditional brewing method of Bangmunju in which some medium-cooked rice was used. The results obtained were as follows The hydrolysis of starch and protein in medium-cooked rice at 60~$65^{\circ}C$ was easier than that of full-cooked rice at 80~10$0^{\circ}C$. The amounts of saccharides, total amino acids and extracts In Yakju brewed with the combined use of medium-cooked rice and full-cooked rice were twice as much as those brewed with full-cooked rice only. The results of sensory test of Yakju brewed with the combined use of medium-cooked rice and full-cooked rice were better in taste, color and flavor than those brewed with full-cooked rice only. It was thought that our ancestor's traditional brewing method of Yakju in which medium cooked rice and full-cooked rice were used combinedly was excellent Judging from zymological point of views.

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