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Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-04-15 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Taking a fresh approach to information on baked products, this exciting new book from industry consultants Cauvain and Young looks beyond the received notions of how foods from the bakery are categorised to explore the underlying themes which link the products in this commercially important area of the food industry. First establishing an understanding of the key characteristics which unite existing baked product groups, the authors move on to discuss product development and optimisation, providing the reader with coverage of: Key functional roles of the main bakery ingredients Ingredients and their influences Heat transfer and product interactions Opportunities for future product development Baked Products is a valuable practical resource for all food scientists and food technologists within bakery companies, ingredient suppliers and general food companies. Libraries in universities and research establishments where food science and technology is studied and taught will find the book an important addition to their shelves.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-10-09 - Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Ever wondered why bread rises? Or why dough needs to rest? From cakes and biscuits to flat breads and standard loaves, the diversity of products is remarkable and the chemistry behind these processes is equally fascinating. The Science of Bakery Products explains the science behind bread making and other baked goods. It looks at the chemistry of the ingredients, flour treatments, flour testing and baking machinery. Individual chapters focus on the science of breads, pastry, biscuits, wafers and cakes. The book concludes with a look at some experiments and methods and goes on to discuss some ideas for the future. The Science of Bakery Products is an interesting and easy to read book, aimed at anyone with an interest in everyday chemistry.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-28 - Publisher: Elsevier
One of the most rapidly growing segments in the food industry is gluten-free baked products. These goods not only cater to those with medical needs, from celiac disease to gluten intolerance; they also cater to the millions of individuals who seek a gluten-free diet. Gluten-Free Baked Products is a practical guide on the development, manufacturing, and marketing of gluten-free baked products. The book gives readers an entry-level understanding of gluten-free product requirements, their production, and the breadth of ingredients available to baked product developers. This highly relevant book was written as an initial reference for food scientists, including those who need an introduction to gluten-free product development. It was also written as a general reference to those who are indirectly involved with gluten-free products, such as marketers, consultants, and quality assurance and regulatory professionals. Nutrition enthusiasts and consumers following a gluten-free diet for medical reasons will also find this book useful. Gluten-Free Baked Products can serve as a supplemental resource for students and faculty of general food science courses, as well as those covering product development, food allergies, and autoimmune conditions. Whether you are a student, professional in the food industry, or nutrition enthusiast, this book offers an easy way to understand the complex world of gluten-free baking Coverage includes: A detailed discussion on celiac disease, wheat allergies, and gluten intolerance, including symptoms, diagnosis, and nutritional deficiencies A marketing perspective on the consumer segments of gluten-free products, as well as the market size and growth trends Formulations and processing of gluten-free breads, snacks, and pasta products, as well as cookies, cakes, and other batter-based products Manufacturing and supply chain best practices, certification procedures, regulations, and labeling requirements A comprehensive discussion of the ingredients used when formulating gluten-free products, including flours, starches, maltodextrins, corn/maize, millet, oats, rice, sorghum, teff, pseudocereals, inulin, tubers, legumes, noncereal proteins, enzymes, and gums/hydrocolloids
Type: BOOK - Published: 1996-04-30 - Publisher: CRC Press
This work offers comprehensive coverage of the staling process that occurs upon ageing in baked goods. It covers in detail the technologies for maintaining freshness, including the use of crumb softeners, enzymes, packaging and preservatives, and models the theory of staling on the basis of molecular configuration. The work presents current methods for determining the degree of staling by instrumental and organoleptic testing, addresses regulatory and labelling requirements for antistaling ingredients, and more.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-05-17 - Publisher: Academic Press
Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Volume 99 highlights new advances in the field, with this updated volume presenting interesting chapters on a variety of topics, including Personalizing bakery products using 3D food printing, Dietary fiber in bakery products: source, processing, and function, The realm of plant proteins with focus on their application in developing new bakery products, Guiding the formulation of baked goods for the elderly population through food oral processing: challenges and opportunities, Gluten free bakery products: Ingredients and processes, Enhancing health benefits of bakery products using phytochemicals, Sugar, salt and fat reduction of bakery products, and more. Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors Presents the latest release in the Advances in Food and Nutrition Research series Includes the latest information on Functional Bakery Products
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-12-06 - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Cereal chemists are interested in rheology because the dough undergoes some type of deformation in every phase of the conversion of flour into baked products. During mixing, dough is subjected to extreme deformations, many that exceed the rupture limit; during fermentation, the deformations are much smaller and therefore exhibit a different set of rheological properties; during sheeting and molding, deformations are at an intermediate level; and, finally, during proofing and baking, the dough is subjected to a range of deformations at varying temperatures. Accordingly, the application of rheological concepts to explain the behavior of dough seems a natural requirement of research on the interrelationships among flour constituents, added ingredients, process parameters, and the required characteristics of the final baked product. At any moment in the baking process, the rheological behavior, that is, the nature of the deformation, exhibited by a specific dough derives from the applied stress and how long the stress is maintained. The resulting deformation may be simple, such as pure viscous flow or elastic deformation, and therefore easy to define precisely. Moreover, under some conditions of stress and time (i. e. , shear rate), doughs behave as ideal materials and their behavior follows theory derived from fundamental concepts. Under usual conditions encountered in baking, however, the rheological behavior is far from ideal; shear rates vary widely and sample size and dimensions are ill-defined.
Authors: Mario Martinez Martinez, Manuel Gómez Pallarés
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-03-18 - Publisher: MDPI
The lifestyle of humans is rapidly changing, and, correspondingly, their needs and the current and future megatrends of the food market. It is worth mentioning (1) the preference for natural, simple, and flexible diets that drive the further expansion of plant-focused formulations, (2) the focus on food sustainability (food waste reduction), and (3) the interest in healthy eating as the basis for good health. The hectic routine and rapid urbanization in developed and developing regions, respectively, have shifted consumer preferences toward bread and baked foods, which, interestingly, are often high in sugars and are categorized as having a high glycemic index. Therefore, it is of major importance to address the technological challenges of manufacturing baked goods with high physical and sensory quality that result in positive metabolic responses. This Special Issue seeks to provide fundamental understanding in this area and novel strategies to improve the nutritional properties of baked goods, including a decrease in starch bioaccessibility, sugar reduction, increase in fiber and/or protein content, and the improvement of phytochemical bioactivity. This Special Issue will also cover studies on the physical and sensory improvements of baked goods that may provide a mechanistic understanding to minimize the loss of quality after the incorporation of nutritional-improving ingredients, such as edible byproducts, proteins, or fibers. Last but not least, studies focused on the reduction of additives (clean label) or fat and on the use of sourdough to improve the sensory properties of baked goods will also be included.
Authors: Vickie A. Vaclavik, Elizabeth W. Christian
Categories: Technology & Engineering
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-12-03 - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Essentials of Food Science covers the basics of foods, food science, and food technology. The book is meant for the non-major intro course, whether taught in the food science or nutrition/dietetics department. In previous editions the book was organized around the USDA Food Pyramid which has been replaced. The revised pyramid will now be mentioned in appropriate chapters only. Other updates include new photos, website references, and culinary alerts for culinary and food preparation students. Two added topics include RFID (Radio frequency ID) tags, and trans fat disclosures. Includes updates on: food commodities, optimizing quality, laws, and food safety.