Indigenous knowledge associated with the production of starters culture used to produce Beninese opaque sorghum beers

@article{Ntcha2015IndigenousKA,
  title={Indigenous knowledge associated with the production of starters culture used to produce Beninese opaque sorghum beers},
  author={C. N’tcha and A. Ad{\'e}y{\`e}mi and A. Kayode and G. Vieira-Dalod{\'e} and B. P. Agbobatinkpo and J. Codjia and L. Baba-Moussa},
  journal={Journal of Applied Biosciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={88},
  pages={8223}
}
Objective : The present study aims to document the indigenous Knowledge associated with the production of starters culture to be used for opaque sorghum beers manufacturing in Benin Methodology and results : A quantitative survey was carried out in the central and the northern regions of Benin. A total of ninety (90) processors of traditional beers were interviewed using a semi-structured questionnaire. The collected information was related to the processing method of the starters’ production… Expand
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