erythorbate


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erythorbate

[‚er·ə′thȯr‚bāt]
(food engineering)
A salt of erythorbic acid, an isomer of ascorbic acid; used in foods as an antioxidant.
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Sodium acid sulfate, citric acid and malic acid inhibited some browning, while sodium erythorbate and the combination of sodium acid sulfate, citric acid and sodium erythorbate prevented browning.
Sodium erythorbate is a chemical food preservative used to protect the color and flavor of meat, vegetables and processed foods.
5 g sodium erythorbate, 5 g commercial seasoning, and 1 g commercially optimized mixed starter culture.
The following ingredients were added to meat in a food processor (Filizola, Super Cutter, model Sire, Sao Paulo-SP, Brazil) in the following order: half of ice, seasonings (onion and garlic powder), sodium erythorbate, the second half of ice, salt, carrageenan, maltodextrin, palm oil, and the appropriate type of golden flaxseed additive (oil, flour, or seed).
N-nitroso compounds don't show up in the meat itself (now that companies must add sodium ascorbate or sodium erythorbate to keep N-nitroso compounds from forming in meats that have added nitrite).
Most cur-ing solutions consist of water, dextrose, sodium chloride, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate and sodium nitrite.
Alternatives such as sodium erythorbate, erythorbic acid, and ascorbic acid have been tried, typically in combination with citric acid.
Effects of salt, phosphates, potassium sorbate and sodium erythorbate on qualities of emulsified meatball.
And each frank's sodium (from salt, sodium lactate, sodium diacetate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrite) reaches 1,070 milligrams--about two-thirds of a day's worth .
Antioxidant Products: Ascorbic acid, sodium erythorbate
Nearly all processed meats now contain either sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) or its cousin sodium erythorbate.
But the sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) or its cousin, sodium erythorbate, that companies add to their cold cuts diminishes the already-small risk.