Dual attribute time intensity sensory evaluation: a new method for temporal measurements of sensory perceptions

Sara King/ July 15, 1997/ Peer-reviewed Paper/ 0 comments

Dual-attribute time-intensity was evaluated as a method for the collection of the perception of two attributes simultaneously. Perceptions of sweetness and peppermint flavour within chewing gum were measured by 10 trained time-intensity panellists using both single-attribute and dual-attribute time-intensity evaluation.

On-line probe prediction of beef toughness, correlating sensory evaluation with fluorescence detection of connective tissue and dynamic analysis of overall toughness

Sara King/ May 21, 1997/ Peer-reviewed Paper/ 0 comments

The main muscles of commercially competitive cuts of beef (n=16) from a variety of sources were probed to detect ultraviolet (UV) fluorescence of connective tissue, together with a dynamic analysis of electromechanical signals for overall toughness. The main muscles were cut into 1.2cm cubes after being frozen. Muscle cubes were cooked for 20 minutes to an internal temperature of 70

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