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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Preparation Of Edible Coating Incorporated With Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis L.) For Extending Shelf Life Of Tofu

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AUTHOR(S)

Youssef M. Riyad, Mai M.M. Naeem, Marwa M. Helmy, Manal A. Sorour

 

KEYWORDS

antimicrobial activity, edible coating, Melissa oil, microbiological test, rheological properties, texture properties, tofu

 

ABSTRACT

Fresh tofu samples were prepared and immersed in different solutions containing gelatin (1 and 2%) and Melissa officinalis L. oil (0.1, 0.3 and 0.5%) as antimicrobial activity. The samples stored up to 14 days under cooling conditions (4˚C). Melissa officinalis L. oil was chemically and microbiologically analyzed. Rheological properties and thixotropic effect were determined. The results indicated that blends of gelatin and Melssa officinalis L. oil exhibited dilatant flow behavior and all samples showed thixotropic effect. The effect of edible coating on weight loss, moisture content, texture properties, microbiological tests, and sensory evaluation of tofu samples were determined during storage period as an indication for shelf life and quality of tofu samples.

 

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