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pomace

[′päm·əs]
(food engineering)
In the preparation of cider, the material derived from apples or similar fruits by crushing or grinding.
The residue of grape skins, seeds, and stems after wine grapes have been pressed and the juice has been separated.
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The researchers extruded soy flour and apple pomace mixed in different ratios in a co-rotating twin-screw extruder.
2006) reported that tomato pomace (peel and seeds) contained high amount of protein (19.
The Perle features a removable lid with a hermetic seal, and its unique shape compacts the cap to force wine and juice to pass through a larger volume of pomace during a pumpover.
Samples of forages, concentrates and dried stoned olive pomace were weekly collected and submitted for the duplicate chemical analyses.
One of the alternatives for grape pomace as food is the use of the dry pomace, which can be obtained from the drying operation, one of the most usual operations in chemical and food industries with respect to the conservation of the products.
Tumours found in animals that received blueberries with fibre included (in pomace form), were smaller and less aggressive than in animals without blueberry consumption or in animals that received just blueberry juice.
Traditionally sourced from apple pomace, a byproduct of the juice industry, today's commercial market has migrated toward raw citrus peel as a major industrial pectin source.
Summary: The effect of superfine grinding on the physicochemical properties of apple pomace was investigated in this study.
The other four chapters describe every step in the vineyard cultivation and wine making process, the by-products thrown off during each step, and the economic potential of utilizing grape stalks and pomace, grape lees, and wastewater.
The Blu Ramandolo is cheese covered with pomace from Ramandolo wine and aged in cellars.
show that some fruit by-products, including grape pomace and pomegranate husks, may be effective at decreasing and even eliminating growth and activity of intestinal parasites.
Group 1 and group 2 were given normal rodent diet and olive pomace oil supplemented diet respectively for 6 weeks.