Molds as Protective Cultures for Raw Dry Sausages
Abstract:Mold strains T11 and T19 belonging to Penicillium camemberti and N1 of Penicillium nalgiovensis were used as protective cultures for production of raw dry sausages. Their use completely eliminated the growth of undesirable molds, originating from the natural house mycoflora, which often produce mycotoxins and lead to several other defects. Potassium sorbate (KS), an antifungal agent, was also tested for protecting sausages against the growth of molds but its effect was short lived. The use of T11, Tl9 and N1 mold strains also improved the organoleptic qualities of the sausages.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Institute of Meat Industry, 65, Cherni Vrah Blvd., 1407 - Sofia, Bulgaria; Department of Animal Products Technology, C.C.S. H.A.U., Hisar - 125004, India 2: Institute of Meat Industry, 65, Cherni Vrah Blvd., 1407 - Sofia, Bulgaria
Publication date: July 1, 1995
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