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The tocopherol content of roasted New Zealand grown hazelnuts
(Lincoln University., 2005-12)
A poster looking at the moisture content and tocopherol content of the extracted oil from hazelnuts that have undergone a range of thermal treatments.
Acceptability and antioxidant properties of a semi-dried and smoked tomato product
(WFL Publisher, 2009-03)
Tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum) are good sources of antioxidants, such as lycopene, which have been shown to be beneficial for health. Careful drying of tomatoes can concentrate antioxidants and provide a tasty food ...
Fatty acid, tocopherol and phytosterol composition of cucurbit seeds grown in Marlborough, New Zealand.
Cucurbits are a group of plants that can grow well with irrigation in hot dry conditions. In New Zealand cucurbits are grown mostly for their edible flesh, however in other countries they are prized for their tasty oil ...
Consumer appreciation of New Zealand-grown and imported tomatoes
(Lincoln University, 2004)
Tomato quality is a complex issue and involves breeders in balancing trade-offs between characteristics such as size, colour, flavour and texture. This study involved a consumer-type panel carrying out sensory evaluation ...
A potential new seed oil: New Zealand flax seed oil (harakeke seed oil)
Harakeke oil has potential use as an edible oil. The objective of the study was to determine year to year variation and chemical constituents of the oil.
Sensory evaluation of different levels of roasting of New Zealand grown hazelnuts
(Nutrition Society of New Zealand (Inc.), 2005)
Hazelnuts (Corylus aveIIana L.) are a very recent addition to commercial horticulture in New Zealand and Whiteheart has been selected as the primary commercial cultivar. No published information is available on the optimum ...
ICT innovations in teaching in food biochemistry laboratories
(Lincoln University., 2009-11-10)