Flavourings for bakery and general use

  • D. Ashwood

Abstract

Bakery products are, in general, based on three major ingredients and a number of minor, but nevertheless extremely important, components.

Keywords

Sugar Fermentation Starch Maize Foam 

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© Blackie and Son Ltd 1991

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