METHODS OF DETERMINATION OF PARAMETERS OF WHEY WITH FOOD FIBERS

Sergii Tsygankov, Olena Grek, Olena Krasulya, Olena Onopriichuk, Larisa Chubenko, Oleksandr Savchenko, Olha Snizhko, Оlena Ochkolyas

Abstract


The article presents fixation methods of parameters of whey with food fibers for fermentation with lacto-fermentative Zygosaccharomyces lactis 868-K yeast for getting a non-alcoholic fermented beverage.

As a result of the analysis of conditions of preparation and introduction of food fibers – apple pectin in cellulose and orange Citri-Fi into whey, there were determined optimal parameters of the process of increasing viscosity of whey-vegetable mixtures.

The method of IR-spectroscopy fixed the influence of different forms of bonds of food fibers’ moisture in mixtures with water and whey. There was revealed the continuous absorption of moisture of spectrums of samples with food fibers and apple pectin in cellulose in strips of 2668 and 2723 cm-1, that testifies to the presence of strong hydrogenous bonds and high concentration of a mobile proton and, as a result, the high sorption ability to water.

There were offered methods and gotten results of the analysis of the carbon dioxide content, amount of formed ethyl alcohol and yeast cells, allowing to determine rational conditions of fermentation of whey-vegetable wort of the increased viscosity. At fermentation using Zygosaccharomyces lactis 868-K race, the most intensive increment of yeast cells was observed before 30 hours of fermentation. There was established the rational temperature of fermentation of whey-vegetable wort with the increased viscosity– 30...32 °С, at which the maximal accumulation of yeast cells - 70,5...71,2 мmln/cm3 and ethyl alcohol 0,69...1,02 % was observed.

The presented information was enough for grounding parameters of technological stages of whey fermented beverages with the high viscosity. 


Keywords


whey; IR-spectrometry; full-facto experiment; fermentation; whey-vegetable wort of increased viscosity

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