Different fat extraction methods such as the Rose-Gottlieb, Folch, and hydrolytic methods were compared in terms of their fatty acid contents of milk powder. Contents of total saturated fatty acids by the Rose-Gottlieb, Folch, and hydrolytic methods were 8.578, 8.302, and 8.711 g/100 g milk powder while contents of total unsaturated fatty acids by the Rose-Gottlieb, Folch, and hydrolytic methods were 11.513, 11.143, and 11.669 g/100 g milk powder, respectively. These results suggest that the hydrolytic method has a similar fatty acid composition as the well-known Rose-Gottlieb method. In uncooked chicken, total fatty acid contents of breast, gamb, and wing were 6.302, 8.313, and 11.346 g/100 g, respectively. Among different cooking methods, frying increased content of total trans fatty acids up to 0.034 (breast), 0.112 (gamb), and 0.123 g/100 g (wing).
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition|
|Publication status||Published - 2014 Jan 1|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Food Science