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Description

As people embrace new traditional cuisines, curiosity about the chemical composition follows. Korean foods and beverages have been inspired by Korea's unique location and climate. Some Koreans believe food is medicine, and this belief promotes the use of balanced and nutritional ingredients. The most distinctive feature of Korean food is the prominent use of fermentation, including kimchi, gochujang, doenjang, and jeotgal. In this book, contributors describe the chemistry that contributes to the flavor and composition of Korean cuisine, enabling this book to appeal to food scientists and chemists alike. It presents a scientific view of traditional and modern Korean foods that have essential roles in Korean culture, including health benefits, fermentation, processing, safety, packaging, microbial properties, and flavors.

Product Details

Price
£146.62
Publisher
Oxford University Press Inc
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9780841233690

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