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Development Of A Soy-Blueberry Burger And The Changes In Anthocyanins And Phenolics During Storage And Broiling, Pamela Beth Small Aug 2007

Development Of A Soy-Blueberry Burger And The Changes In Anthocyanins And Phenolics During Storage And Broiling, Pamela Beth Small

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Blueberries are high in phenolic acids and flavonoids, which make them one of the leading sources of antioxidants. When added to foods, antioxidants can increase shelf life, maintain nutritional quality, and retard production of heterocyclic amines in meats during cooking thus having the potential to be of great significance to the food industry. Soy and soy-based foods have been gaining in popularity as a functional food for specific health conditions. Increased media coverage touting the health benefits of soy has generated a rise in consumer awareness. Two soy-blueberry burgers were prepared using 10 and 15% blueberry puree. A soy burger ...