Making Soy Sauce

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  • Created on: 23-02-13 15:59
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  • Making Soy Sauce
    • 1. Roast wheat and cook Soya beans.
    • 2. Add Aspergilus.
      • Enzymes break down Carbs to Sugars and Proteins to Amino acids.
        • High amounts of amino acids are good for vegetarians.
    • 3. Add Lactobacillus and Brine Water.
      • Brine water acts as a preservative amd improves flavour.
        • Both stop enzyme action.
          • Lactobacillus ferments sugar.
      • Lactobacillus ferments sugar.
    • 4. Yeast is added, which ferments the sugar.
    • 5. Liquid is filtered to remove sediment.
      • Sediment used as cattle feed.
    • 6.Pasteurise to kill off the microorganisms and bottle in sterile bottles.
  • 3. Add Lactobacillus and Brine Water.
    • Brine water acts as a preservative amd improves flavour.
      • Both stop enzyme action.

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