By Nevijo Zdolec
This ebook offers fresh advancements at the well-being and protection of fermented meat items. It discusses wellbeing and fitness elements of choose issues in fermented meat microbiology, veterinary public future health, chemistry, expertise, biotechnology, food, toxicology, and caliber insurance, and provides a vast perception into the product’s security and future health dangers. The booklet considers the protection of fermented meat items via an entire nutrients chain process. It makes a speciality of necessities for strict hygienic and technological tactics to avoid capability possibility in the course of the construction of ready-to-eat items.
The publication doesn't objective to function unfavorable exposure for meat items. simply the other – it issues out to the complexity of prevention and keep an eye on of strength hazards/risks within the creation which enormously contributes to a better overall price of fermented meat items. This reference booklet is end result of the collaborative efforts of a couple of unique authors with foreign attractiveness from popular associations and it really is meant to either educational viewers.
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3 21. 94 22. Parma (supplem. 39 23. 58 24. 72 25. 12 26. 36 42 Fermented Meat Products: Health Aspects Technology of Fermented Meat Products 43 by coating parts of the mouth acting as a lubricant agent. Intramuscular fat (IMF) also plays an important role in the perception of the texture of dry-cured hams, particularly in juiciness because the contribution of moisture is limited since these products are strongly dehydrated (Lorido et al. 2015). The high amount of intramuscular fat is one of the most relevant quality aspects in muscles.
Products should be further dried at 16–18oC and around 75–80% RH for a few days. Among different components of smoke, phenols and carboxylic acids are the primary active antimicrobial and antifungal compounds. 4 Drying and Ripening Final drying and storage of product is carried out at 12–15oC and 72–75% RH; the loss in drying is between 25 and 40%. During drying, important processes such as weight loss occur, which contributes to firmness of the product and enhances sliceability. A more intense salting usually leads to higher dehydration and, therefore, harder texture of the final product.
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Fermented meat products: health aspects by Nevijo Zdolec
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