Rheology and Quality Research of Cereal-Based Food

Edited by
June 2021
132 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0504-6 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0505-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Rheology and Quality Research of Cereal-Based Food that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Public Health & Healthcare
New trends in the cereal industry deal with the persistent need to develop new food goods tailored to consumer requirements and, in the near future, to the scarcity of food resources. Concepts of sustainable food production and food products as health and wellness promoters, the use of organic ingredients such as new ancient cereals to produce redesigned old staple foods, or the use of byproducts in designed food or feed formulations, in accordance with the bioeconomy and sustainability principles, are current topics that act as driving forces for innovation. The structure of cereal-based food products, especially in the case of gluten- or wheat-free foods, has proven to be a determinant for food appeal and strongly impacts consumer acceptance. It is well known that products with the same chemical composition can present very different structures, resulting in differently perceived texture and sensory properties and, therefore, rheology is an important tool for the food cereal industries. These are topics that act as driving forces for innovation and will be discussed in the present Special Issue.
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legumes enrichment; galactosides; phytate; protease inhibitors; phenols; tomato seed flour; wheat flour; dough rheology; microstructure; gluten-free bread; yogurt; rheology; gluten-free; rice bread; tamarind gum; factorial design; optimization; formula; processing factor; ball milling; hydrocolloids; starch–flour system; X-ray diffraction; pasting profile; viscoelastic properties; acorn flour; gluten-free dough; fibre-rich ingredient; underexploited resources; rheology; pasting properties; gluten-free bread; microalga Tetraselmis chuii; rheology; texture; colour; antioxidants; phenolics; dynamic oscillatory shear test; non-isothermal kinetic modeling; gluten-free cupcake; red kidney bean; gluten-free products; dynamic oscillatory shear measurements; pasting profile; rheology; texture; X-ray diffraction; red kidney bean; microalga Tetraselmis chuii; acorn flour; tamarind gum; yogurt; tomato seed flour; antioxidants; phenolics; fibre-rich ingredient; ball milling