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Effects of starch (bacterial α-amylase and NMYL) and non-starch (xylanase PTP, lipase NVZ and glucose-oxidase GLZ) degrading enzymes on dough quality parameters (rheological, fermentative, textural and thermal characteristics) were determined by means of the response surface methodology to a...
The effects of pig rearing conditions (free-range system based on acorn and pasture versus confinement on a concentrate feed) and muscle location (biceps femoris and semimembranosus) on sensory characteristics of dry-cured Iberian hams were studied. Muscle samples were sensorily evaluated for...
Different blanching treatments were applied to sliced broccoli stems prior to dehydration in order to improve product quality. The pretreatments used were a conventional blanching in water at 100°C, and a stepwise blanching using different temperatures for the first step (50, 55, 60, 65 and...
Water soluble pentosans (WSP) from doughs and breads made with different enzyme preparations are characterized according to extraction yield, sugar composition, xylose/arabinose ratio and molecular weight (MW) distribution. Extraction yield was greater for dough than for bread samples, ranging...
Anisakiasis, also named larva migrans visceral or eosinophilic granuloma, is a widespread ictiozoonosis. Occurrence of this parasitic disease in Spain has risen dramatically in the last decade. The presence of Anisakis spp. and related species in fish presents both a potential public health...
Solid state fermentation (SSF) represents a technological alternative for a great variety of legumes and cereals, or combinations of them, to improve their nutritional quality and to obtain edible products with palatable sensorial characteristics. Chickpeas (Cicer arietinum L.) are prone to...
Vacuum packed hake muscle subjected to 400 MPa (three 5-min cycles) at 7 °C proved to be more stable at chilled temperatures (2-3 °C), and sensorially acceptable, until 43 days of storage in comparison with the nine days for the non-pressurized hake. The lot pressurized at 400 MPa had the...
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