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A New Sediment Precipitated in Fermented Sauce
JOURNAL OF THE BREWING SOCIETY OF JAPAN
In winter, a large amount of white substance precipitated on the bottom of fermented sauce storage tank. The nature of the precipitate, and methods for preventing sediment were studied. The white substance was collected by filtration, washed with cold water and air-dried. It was positive in xanthoprotein and Folin reactions. Its Rf value on thin-layer chromatogram and infrared spectrum agreed with those of reagent tyrosine. Fermented sauce which generated white sediment contained larger amountdoi:10.6013/jbrewsocjapan1988.86.874 fatcat:sgsnm74vu5gmzboilysmsu6wba