3 years ago

Effect of sequential twin screw extrusion and fungal pretreatment to release soluble nutrients from soybean residue for carotenoids production.

Jaslyn Jie Lin Lee, Sachindra Thilomini Cooray, Rita Mark, Wei Ning Chen
Soybean residue (okara) is an agricultural by-product, which is rich in protein and fiber. This study evaluated a novel sequential process which combined fungal pretreatment (F) and twin screw extruder (E), to hydrolyze okara. The sequence of the pretreatment steps, and extruder at screw speeds 200 rpm (200) or 600 rpm (600), were tested. Next, soluble nutrients were extracted to create Fokara, EFokara200, EFokara600, FEokara200 and FEokara600 okara media.

Publisher URL: http://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.9476

DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.9476

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