Phytic Acid Removal from Soybeans by a Lipid Protein Concentrate Process 1

@inproceedings{Ford2007PhyticAR,
  title={Phytic Acid Removal from Soybeans by a Lipid Protein Concentrate Process 1},
  author={Jonathan Ford and G. C. MUSTAKAS and Ren{\'e} Schmutz},
  year={2007}
}
Over 90% of phytic acid has been removed from full-fat soy flour by a lipid-protein concentrate process previously reported in 1974 by the Northern Regional Research Center. In the current study, parameters for optimizing phytic acid removal were evaluated. By changing both the molar concentration of the calcium chloride solution used and the pH of the initial acid slurry, various amounts of phytic acid and mineral elements were recovered in the acidprecipitated curd. A mathematical treatment… CONTINUE READING

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