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Vegetable Protein Utilization in Human Foods and Animal Feedstuffs.

VEGETABLE PROTEIN UTILIZATION in HUMAN FOODS and ANIMAL FEEDSTUFFS. Edited

by Thomas H Applewhite. 575 pages. (USA: American Oil Chemists' Society; UK: Food Trade Press Ltd).

This text forms the Proceedings of the 1988 world conference that was held in Singapore. More than ninety papers are published here and they do provide considerable information on the use of vegetable protein in both food and feed including aquaculture.

Basically, the conference covered the following areas of interest: Extraction for food and feed; Preparation of food ingredients; Processing of feedstuffs; Use of non oilseed vegetable proteins in foods; Feed considerations for diverse species; Anti nutritional factors; and Recent developments in bio-technology.

A selection of chapter or paper titles follows: World vegetable protein supply and demand; World vegetable protein quality concerns; Full fat soya products-manufacturing uses in foodstuffs; Manufacturing soy protein isolate by ultrafiltration; Production and utilization of high ruminal by-pass proteins; Development of processes and uses of lupins for food; Production of extruded pet foods; Vegetable proteins in planning for child nutrition; Limiting amino acids in poultry diets; Appropriate technologies for producing vegetable protein; Nutrition of feedlot cattle; Extrusion of texturised proteins; Application for vegetable proteins in processed pet foods; Lupins as an energy-rich protein source for feed and food; Dealing with the shortage of protein resources in China; Amino acid composition of feedgrade rice by products from several countries; Enzyme use in the food industry with potential applications to vegetable protein utilization in human foods; Hot dehulling system - Popping; Preparation and uses of vegetable food proteins made by dry processes; Enzymatic incorporation of arginine into soybean meal by the plastein reaction.
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