Nutritional and sensory quality of Ofada rice sourdough bread made with selected lactic acid bacteria strains

Remilekun M. Thomas, Christopher R. Falegan,Ayoyinka O. Olojede,Emmanuel O. Oludipe, Olorunfemi D. Awarun, Gladys O. Daodu


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Celiac disease ranks highest among immunological disorders attributed to gluten consumption thus, posing great demands on gluten-free products. Rice is a gluten-free cereal with promising dietary applications. Ofada rice, a native southwestern Nigerian variety, can be improved with sourdough technology to develop functional aglutenic bread. Ofada rice sourdough bread (ORSB) was made with Fructilactobacillus fructivorans RY1, Weissella viridescens RY9 and Lactobacillus acidophilus RY10 as individual and combined starter cultures. Physical qualities, proximate contents, sensorial attributes and shelf-life of the ORSBs were evaluated. Sourdough bread with the highest (3.10 cm3/g) and lowest specific volumes (2.02 cm3/g) were the sample made single culture of W. viridescens and F. fructivorans, respectively. The highest crude protein (8.48 %) was found in ORSB with only F. fructivorans and ORSB with L. acidophilus singly had the highest content (0.44 %) of crude fibre. Nevertheless, the least crude protein (5.25 %) and crude fibre (0.28 %) were observed in samples containing F. fructivorans, W. viridescens, and L. acidophilus as combined starters. The sourdough bread with F. fructivorans as a starter scored best for texture and overall acceptability. The ORSBs had shelf-life ranging from three to four days. It was revealed in the study that using the specific LAB starters could improve the physicochemical attributes and acceptability of bread from Ofada rice flour.
Ofada rice,Sourdough technology,Starter cultures,Lactic acid bacteria,Fructilactobacillus fructivorans
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