101 Toxic Food Ingredients

101 Toxic Food Ingredients

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Food Fermentation Components Food Ingredients

Food ingredients include the raw foods chosen for fermentation which can be of plant or animal origin. These foods contain a variety of nutrients for the consumer but also some of these nutrients will be required for the microbial growth and metabolism during the fermentation process. In order to enable microbial activity, sufficient water must be present. Consequently, water must be added in case the other ingredients are too dry. For several reasons, such as taste or preservation, miscellaneous substances may be added to the ingredient mix. These will be discussed in more detail below. Added Food Ingredients

Diversity Of Fermented Foods

There is a wide variety of fermented foods worldwide. Various excellent reference books on fermented foods are available,5 40 45 as are source books on industrial aspects of food biotechnology, including food fermentation.23-33'39 Mention was made already of the various food ingredients that can be fermented, as well as the microorganisms and enzymes that are used in fermentations. Table 1-4 illustrates selected examples of food fermentations representing different food groups, functional microorganisms and enzymes, oxygen requirements, physical states, and present levels of industrialization. As mentioned earlier, food ingredients of plant as well as animal origin are used to prepare fermented foods. Of the functional microorganisms, LAB play the predominant role in the prolongation of shelf life because of the antimicrobial effect of their acids. In addition, yeasts are often found as minority companions of LAB they sometimes contribute to shelf life by scavenging residual...

Spices flavoring and other ingredients

A wide variety of spices, seasonings, and other flavoring agents are often added to fermented sausages. These include pepper (black and red), paprika, garlic, mustard, mace, and car-damom.These flavorings can be added in their natural form or as extracts. Levels vary, depending on the nature of the product and consumer preferences. In general, moist, smoked sausages that are popular in Germany and northern Europe are only slightly spiced, whereas the dried, non-smoked products consumed in southern Europe (e.g., Italy and Spain) and other Mediterranean regions are more heavily spiced (Table 6-1). Among the optional ingredients commonly added to fermented meats, ascorbate and erythorbate are

Sanitation Management And Quality Controls

Fermented soy foods are traditional, fermented foods with characteristic flavor produced by utilizing the enzymatic reactions of microorganisms and suitable processing methods. In the manufacturing processes, sanitary management is critical. Besides those criteria that should be followed as discussed in the chapter on soy sauce, suitable microorganisms have to be selected for the various kinds of fermented soy products for proper fermentation. During the course of manufacture, it is critical to avoid contamination with poisonous and pathogenic microorganisms that may originate from the mouths or digestive tracts of workers. Prevention of attacks by rodents, flies, roaches, ticks, and parasites is also essential. Contamination from poisonous chemicals, agricultural chemical residues, and radioactive substances must be prevented. Application of food additives must follow regulations governing the use of these additives. At the same time, toxic compounds that may leach out from packaging...

Propionic Acid In Hops

Hops Acids

In the final step prior to fermentation, the wort is pumped into a special heating tank called the brew kettle. It is here that the wort is boiled and other important reactions occur.Be-fore the wort is heated, however, one more essential beer ingredient, hops, is added to the wort. Hops are derived from the plant Homu-lus lupulus (in the family, Cannabinaceae), and although they were not part of the original beer formula, they have been added to beer since the Middle Ages. Why hops came to be used in beer making is not known, but it seems likely that they were added as flavoring agents, then later additional benefits were realized.

Industrial Food Fermentations

With the discovery of microorganisms, it became possible to understand and manage food fermentations. Methods for isolating and purifying microbial cultures became available in the 19th century. Sterilization or pasteurization of the raw materials prior to inoculation with well-defined cultures allowed the fermentation processes to be managed with little variation. The use of defined cultures became the industrial standard in breweries by the 19th century. During the 20th century, the wine, dairy, and meat industries also shifted production procedures toward the use of well-characterized and defined starter cultures. The application of microbiology and process technology resulted in large improvements in the quality of the fermented food products. The quality improvements have been so great that today all significant production of fermented food is industrial, or at least professionally performed. The small amount of ''home fermentations'' conducted in the form of baking, home...

Ivpickled Nonfermented Jalapeino Peppers

At the domestic level or in small industries, pickled jalapeno peppers are processed by mixing scalded carrots, onions, and other vegetables with jalapeno peppers cut lengthwise, and adding vinegar previously flavored with pepper, cinnamon, marjoram, thyme, and clove, and other condiments (onion, garlic, and laurel fried in vegetable oil) (10).

Risks Associated With The Occurrence Of Toxic Glycosides In Different Commodities

Based on the knowledge available concerning the toxicity of cyanide and cyanogenic glycosides, the Joint World Health Organization (WHO) Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) Expert Commitee on Food Additives and Contaminants (JECFA) tried to estimate a safe level for the intake of cyanogenic glycosides by humans. The committee concluded that because of lack of quantitative toxicological and epidemiological information, a safe level of intake of cyanogenic glycosides could not be estimated. However, the committee also concluded that a level of up to 10 mg HCN kg of product is not associated with acute toxicity.253' 332' Thus, no authority has yet felt confident to set scientifically based safe levels for the intake of one or more of the known cyanogenic glycosides (or their products of degradation), that is, levels that take the risk(s) for the development of chronic intoxications into consideration. In acknowledgement of this, the International Workshop on Cassava Safety, held in...

Organic Acid Preservatives

Salts of the weak acid preservatives are more soluble in aqueous solution than the acid itself therefore, the salt forms are preferred as food ingredients (33). Efficiency depends on the pH of the product, as the antimicrobial effect is much stronger in the undissociated form. The pKa values of propionic acid, sorbic acid, and benzoic acid are 4.88, 4.76, and 4.18, respectively, and maximum pH for activity is around 6.0-6.5 for sorbate, 5.0-5.5 for propionate, and 4.0-4.5 for benzoate (34,35). In a recent study of rye bread (pH 4.8) conducted in my laboratory, we concluded that growth of P. roqueforti could not be controlled by the maximum allowable amount of propionate (0.3 ). Eurotium rubrum was inhibited but grew out at all conditions, whereas P. corylophilum and P. commune only grew at high water activity (0.97) and not at aw 0.95 at the maximum propionate level (36). The same amount of sorbate was able to control growth. In a study of cakes, Marin and coworkers (37) found no...


An anecdotal report in 1968 triggered interest in Chinese restaurant syndrome (CRS), a reaction associated with transient subjective symptoms ofburning, numbness, and a tight sensation in the upper part of the body. Possible association with food ingredients such as MSG was suggested. No objective changes in skin temperature, heart rate, ECG, or tone were observed, and no correlation was seen between plasma glutamate levels and symptoms. In 1979 a questionnaire survey of more than 3,000 people in the United States was conducted for CRS. Only 1.8 of those surveyed acknowledged that they experienced possible CRS feelings (52), and 0.19 of those with symptoms attributed them to eating in Chinese restaurants. These feelings were also found to occur after consumption ofspicy tomato juice, orange juice, coffee, and tea. In 1986 self-identified MSG responders were challenged in a properly controlled double-blind study, and it was concluded that the link between MSG and CRS was not...

Soy Sauce

Discovered in China more than 2500 years ago, soy sauce is one of the world's oldest condiments. As an all-purpose seasoning, soy sauce offers a wide range of applications. It not only contributes a unique flavor profile to traditional Asian foods but also holds great potential as a flavoring and flavor-enhancing material for a wide variety of non Asian food products (22). Today, it is becoming increasingly known in the West as natural seasoning that promotes balance among ingredients in food products.

Flavor Compounds

Organic acids produced during kimchi fermentation create the main flavor of kimchi. As shown in Table 7, lactic acid content increases, but other non volatile organic acids contents are high at the beginning and decrease during fermentation (73). The lactic acid content is highest in the red pepper-added kimchi and then in garlic-added kimchis, meaning that condiments added to the baechu cabbage stimulate the lactic acid production. Lactic acid and succinic acid contents are high at lower temperatures (6 to 7 C) than at higher temperature (22 to 23 C). Acetic acid is the main volatile organic acid produced during kimchi fermentation. Garlic-added kimchi produced highest levels of acetic acid. Levels of propionic acid, butyric acid, valeric acid, caproic acid, and heptanoic acid are relatively low. Heterofermentative LAB, such as Leuconostoc mesenteroides and Lactobacillus brevis, could produce acetic acid. These findings indicate that garlic likely supports the...


Thus kimchi are low in calories, low in sugar and lipids, and high in vitamins, minerals, dietary fibers, and organic acids, especially LAB (107 to 109 g). Also, various condiments may be added to kimchi, thereby enhancing particular nutrients or specific functional ingredients.

Quality Assurance

Dill pickles (natural or genuine) are cucumbers that are cured in a brine solution with dill herb and other flavoring agents. 2. Dill pickles (processed) are brine-cured pickles that have undergone a freshening process and are packed in a vinegar solution with dill flavoring and other flavoring agents.


Vegetables.Thus, vinegar can be considered as the first biologically-produced preservative. However, in addition to its use as a so-called pickling agent, it was also consumed directly as a flavoring agent, and, in a diluted form, as a beverage. In the food industry, vinegar is used mainly as an acidulent, a flavoring agent, and a preservative, but it also has many other food processing applications. It is found in hundreds of different processed foods, including salad dressings, mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup, bread and bakery products, pickled foods, canned foods, and marinades and

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