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They were also considered to be an important reason why rye grain is not suitable for feeding animals. Resorcinols are also mostly located in the pericarp and were not found in the endosperm. Consequently their effect, if confirmed, is more for products with high-extraction flours. , 1990, p. 417). 4 Methods of rye quality assessment In standard trade control of rye only a few methods are generally used. g. AACC methods group 44). Some other methods have been applied but in recent years NIR based methods have been used in mills and elevators as being the quickest.
Ing line. 12 Schematic diagram of a continuously working system of sour multiplying in two steps after Meuser and Faber (I 987): w =water; fl =rye flour. continuous dough mixer. But only two thirds of sour are used for the dough. At the same time one third ofthis sour is dosed to the empty sour fermentation bowl, where it is mixed with rye flour and water. An automatic sourmaking system has seven bowls for sour fermentation. 11. While fermented sour is pumped out of one bowl, another empty bowl is filled with the mixture of one third of the fermented sour with rye flour and water.
Advances in Baking Technology by W. Bushuk, M. G. Scanlon (auth.), Basil S. Kamel, Clyde E. Stauffer (eds.)