By Wilhelm Holzapfel
Fermentation is utilized in a variety of nutrition and beverage purposes, and the know-how for boosting this method is constantly evolving. This ebook reports using fermentation in meals and drinks and key elements of fermented nutrition creation. half one covers the overall healthiness advantages of fermented meals. half comprises chapters on fermentation microbiology, whereas half 3 appears at methods of controlling and tracking the standard and safeguard of fermented meals. half 4 covers advances in fermentation know-how. eventually, half 5 covers specific fermented nutrients items.
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Advances in Fermented Foods and Beverages : Improving Quality, Technologies and Health Benefits by Wilhelm Holzapfel