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Ethnic Fermented Foods and Alcoholic Beverages of Asia

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Asia
has a long history of preparation and consumption of various types of ethnic fermented
foods and alcoholic beverages based on available raw substrates of plant or
animal sources and also depending on agro-climatic conditions of the regions. Diversity of
functional microorganisms in Asian ethnic fermented foods and alcoholic beverages
consists of bacteria (Lactic acid bacteria and Bacillus species, micrococcii, etc.), amylolytic and alcohol-producing
yeasts and filamentous moulds. Though there are hundreds of research articles, review
papers, and limited books on fermented foods and beverages, the present book: Ethnic Fermented Foods and Alcoholic Beverages of Asia is the first
of this kind on compilation of various ethnic fermented foods and alcoholic beverages
of Asia. This book has fifteen chapters covering different types of ethnic fermented
foods and alcoholic beverages of Asia. Some of the authors are well-known scientists
and researchers with vast experiences in the field of fermented foods and
beverages who include Prof.
Tek Chand Bhalla, Dr. Namrata Thapa (India),
Prof. Yearul Kabir and Dr. Mahmud
Hossain (Bangladesh), Prof. Tika Karki (Nepal), Dr. Saeed Akhtar (Pakistan),
Prof. Sagarika Ekanayake (Sri Lanka), Dr.
Werasit Sanpamongkolchai (Thailand), Prof. Sh. Demberel (Mongolia), Dr. Yoshiaki Kitamura, Dr. Ken-Ichi
Kusumoto, Dr. Yukio Magariyama, Dr. Tetsuya Oguma, Dr. Toshiro Nagai, Dr.
Soichi Furukawa, Dr. Chise Suzuki, Dr. Masataka Satomi, Dr. Kazunori Takamine,
Dr. Naonori Tamaki and Dr. Sota Yamamoto (Japan), Prof. Dong-Hwa Shin, Prof. Cherl-Ho Lee, Dr. Young-Myoung Kim, Dr. Wan-Soo Park Dr. Jae-Ho Kim (South Korea) Dr. Maryam Tajabadi Ebrahimi (Iran), Dr.
Francisco B. Elegado (Philippines), Prof.
Ingrid Suryanti Surono (Indonesia), Dr. Vu Nguyen Thanh (Vietnam). Researchers, students, teachers, nutritionists,
dieticians, food entrepreneurs, agriculturalist, government policy makers,
ethnologists, sociologists and electronic media persons may read this book who
keep interest on biological importance of Asian fermented foods and beverages.

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Titel: Ethnic Fermented Foods and Alcoholic Beverages of Asia
Autoren/Herausgeber: Jyoti Prakash Tamang (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1st ed. 2016

ISBN/EAN: 9788132227984

Seitenzahl: 409
Format: 25,4 x 17,8 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 1,029 g
Sprache: Englisch

Professor Dr. Jyoti Prakash Tamang is one of the authorities of global
fermented foods and beverages for last 28 years. He did Ph.D. in Microbiology
from North Bengal University,
India in 1992, Post-doc research works from National Food Research Institute,
Tsukuba, Japan in 1995, and Institute of Hygiene and Toxicology, Germany in
2002. He was awarded the prestigious National Bioscience Award of Department of
Biotechnology by Government of India in 2005, and Gourmand Best Cookbook Award
of Paris in 2010. He is a Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
(2012), Fellow of Indian Academy of Microbiological Sciences (2010), and Fellow
of Biotech Research Society of India (2006). He has published more than 135
research papers, and authored several books including (1) Himalayan
Fermented Foods: Microbiology, Nutrition, and Ethnic Values (2010), (2) Fermented Foods
and Beverages of the World (2011) and (3) Health Benefits of Fermented Foods and Beverages< (2015) all
published by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, USA. He has one patent, and
has produced several Ph.D. students. He is a member of several prestigious
national and international academics including International Yeast Commission,
Asian Federation of Lactic Acid Bacteria, etc. Prof. Tamang is a senior Professor
in Department of Microbiology and also Dean of School of Life Sciences of Sikkim University, a national university at
Gangtok, India. 

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