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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Influence Of Fermentation On The Quality Of Fermented Cassava Flour [influência Da Fermentação Na Qualidade Da Farinha De Mandioca Do Grupo D'água]|
de Oliveira Cohen K.
|Abstract:||The fermentation stage in the production of fermented cassava flour (also known as farinha d'água in Brazil) is responsible for the development of chemical and sensorial characteristics in the product. Thus the aim of this study was to verify the influence of the fermentation stage in the flour's main physicochemical parameters, followed by sensory evaluation of customer preference. The analyses performed were moisture, ash, protein, starch amounts and total acidity. The sensory analysis of the produced flour was performed using the preference-ordering test. According to the results, the fermentation stage, responsible for the increase of total acidity content in the final product, was the only parameter which exceeds the value demanded by Brazilian legislation. Based on the result of sensorial analysis, most customers preferred cassava flour with the highest amount of total acidity (3.44 cmol NaOH kg-1), which correspond to the root fermented for 96 hours.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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