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A low cost nutritious food "Tempeh" - a review.

  title={A low cost nutritious food "Tempeh" - a review.},
  author={P. Dinesh Babu and R. Bhakyaraj and R. Vidhyalakshmi},
  journal={World Journal of Dairy \& Food Sciences},
2 Abstract: A variety of indigenous fermented foods exist today; however, tempeh has been one of the most widely accepted mold-modified fermented products. Tempeh is a popular fermented food in Indonesia which is rich in nutrients and active substances. Recently, the consumption of Tempeh has been increasing rapidly, not only in Indonesia but also in the United States and Europe. Although Tempeh is not likely to be exported, the product is consumed and produced in many countries. This paper… 

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