Modelling the effect of fatty acids in odour development of cooked meat in vitro: Part I - Sensory perception

  • Campo M
  • Nute G
  • Wood J
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Abstract

We have investigated the contribution of muscle components to the development of cooked meat odour in an aqueous model system using trained taste panels. Reaction mixtures were prepared with oleic, linoleic and linolenic acids with or without cysteine and ribose in a buffer with or without ferrous sulphate. Odour profiles were assessed and triangular tests were used to determine the ability of panellists to discriminate between mixtures. The presence of sugar and amino acid was highly detectable by panellists independently of the fatty acid considered (P

Author-supplied keywords

  • Beef
  • Fatty acids
  • In vitro
  • Odour

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