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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Bakery products science and technology.
Chichester, West Sussex, UK : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Weibiao Zhou; Y H Hui
|ISBN:||9781118791936 1118791932 9781118792070 1118792076 9781118792001 1118792009|
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Bakery Products Science and Technology; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Contributors; Part 1: Introduction; 1 Introduction to Baking and Bakery Products; Introduction; Flours; Baking ingredients; Baking science and technology; Bread; Traditional and specialty products; Examples of world bakery products; References; Paer 2: Flours; 2 Wheat Milling and Flour Quality Evaluation; Overview; Wheat, a raw material of choice for bread and bakery products; The dry milling of wheat; Flour characteristics; Optimization and innovation in wheat milling. Exploitation of milling by-productsAssessing dough rheology for predicting baking performance; Future trends; References; 3 Wheat Flour: Chemistry and Biochemistry; Foreword; Wheat proteins; Adverse reactions to wheat proteins; Polysaccharides; Interactions within components; References; 4 Rye; Introduction; Production and consumption; The rye grain; Arabinoxylans; Bioactive compounds; Nutrition and health-effects; Consumption as food; Flavor of rye grain; Summary; References; 5 Rice; Introduction; Production and consumption of rice; Rice flour production. Composition of rice grain and its milling fractionsRice flours types and their functional properties; Rice flour-based bread; Rice flour in cake making; Use of rice flour in cookies production; Other bakery rice-based products; Acknowledgments; References; 6 Barley, Maize, Sorghum, Millet, and Other Cereal Grains; Introduction; Ethnic goods from coarse grains across the continents; Coarse cereal commodities: production, consumption, share of calories and categories of use; Barley; Oat; Sorghum; Bakery products from coarse grains: challenges and opportunities of composite breads; Maize breads. Barley breadsOat breads; Sorghum breads; Millet breads; Conclusions and future prospects; References; Part 3: Baking Ingredients; 7 Water *; Introduction; Water; The polar water molecules; Gaseous H 2 O-water vapor; Solid and liquid H 2 O; Aqueous solutions; Hydrophilic and hydrophobic effects in baking; Gelatinization of starch; Water and proteins; Microwave baking; Water activity; References; 8 Yeast; Introduction; Baker's yeast production; Technological needs; Yeast selection and strain development; References; 9 Other Leavening Agents; Introduction; Chemical leavening. Aspects in formulating chemical leavenersLeavening agents; Acidulants and acids; Role of leavening agents; References; 10 Ascorbic Acid and Redox Agents in Bakery Systems; Introduction; Basics of dough development; Redox requirements in different bread making processes; Ascorbic acid; Oxygen; Azodicarbonamide; Potassium bromate; l -Cysteine hydrochloride; Sodium metabisulfite; Sulfhydral oxidase; Glucose oxidase; Transglutaminase (TG); Future outlook; References; 11 Sugar and Sweeteners; Overview; Sugar; The perfect substitute; Alternative sweeteners; References.|
|Responsibility:||[compiled by] Dr Weibiao Zhou and Y H Hui.|