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|Title:||Descriptive analysis of bacon smoked with brazilian woods from reforestation: methodological aspects, statistical analysis, and study of sensory characteristics|
Castillo, Luiz Saldarriaga
Sánchez, Jorge Cabrera
Almeida, Marcio Aurélio de
Behrens, Jorge H.
Selani, Miriam Mabel
Contreras-Castillo, Carmen J.
|Abstract:||The aim of this study was to perform a descriptive analysis (DA) of bacons smoked with woods from reforestation and liquid smokes in order to investigate their sensory profile. Six samples of bacon were selected: three smoked bacons with different wood species (Eucalyptus citriodora, Acacia mearnsii, and Bambusa vulgaris), two artificially smoked bacon samples (liquid smoke) and one negative control (unsmoked bacon). Additionally, a commercial bacon sample was also evaluated. DA was developed successfully, presenting a good performance in terms of discrimination, consensus and repeatability. The study revealed that the smoking process modified the sensory profile by intensifying the “saltiness” and differentiating the unsmoked from the smoked samples. The results from the current research represent the first methodological development of descriptive analysis of bacon and may be used by food companies and other stakeholders to understand the changes in sensory characteristics of bacon due to traditional smoking process|
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