Method for the production of cereal milk

 

(57) Abstract:

The invention relates to the production of cereals. It is prepared by introducing into pasteurized milk liquid extract of the biomass of microorganisms Mortierella exigua in the amount of 0.02 to 0.2% by weight of the whole mixture, the mixture also introduce washed blanshirovannuyu and Stechow groats, salt cookbook and preventive, heat resistant sweetener, sodium ascorbate and a-carotene, packing the mixture in a sealed container and razvarivat, cereal with simultaneous sterilization of the mixture. The invention allows to increase the shelf life of cereal and give it therapeutic and prophylactic properties.

The invention relates to the production technology of treatment-and-prophylactic food in the form of milk porridge.

A method of producing cereal milk, including washing cereals, blanching in boiling water for 40-50 minutes, raising sieve for draining, mixing with pasteurized milk, table salt and preventive, heat resistant sweetener, sodium ascorbate and a-carotene, packing in a container, sealing, flash cereals simultaneously with the sterilization of the mixture (EN, 2088115, C1, 27.08.97).

The disadvantage of this method is getting ready to prod the/P> The technical result of the invention is to increase the shelf life of the finished product and expanding the range of preventive and curative actions.

This result is achieved in that in the method of production of milk porridge, including washing cereals, blanching in boiling water for 40-50 minutes, raising sieve for draining, mixing with pasteurized milk, table salt and preventive, heat resistant sweetener, sodium ascorbate and a-carotene, packing in a container, sealing, flash cereals simultaneously with the sterilization of the mixture according to the invention before cooking the mixture in the milk injected gas-liquid extract of biomass of microorganisms Mortierella exigua in the amount of 0.02 to 0.2% by weight of the mixture.

This allows you to increase the shelf life of the finished product at 1/3 and give it immunostimulatory, radioprotective and adaptogenic properties.

The method is implemented as follows.

Cereal inspect, separate mechanical and magnetic impurities, washed, blanched in hot water 40-50 minutes in boiling water, throw in a sieve for draining. Later in pasteurized milk injected with 0.02 to 0.2% by weight of the mixture of gas-liquid extract of biomass of microorganisms Mortierella exig the Oli, heat-resistant sweetener, sodium ascorbate and a - carotene. The resulting mixture is Packed in containers, such as tin cans, seal it, for example rolled, and then subjected to a heat treatment to the cooking cereals. This ensures that in any case, regardless of the temperature regime, the achievement of industrial sterility with plenty estimated mortality.

An experimental batch of canned produced by the proposed method are stored with no signs of damage in unregulated conditions for at least 2 years, that is about 1/3 longer than canned obtained by a known method

The experiments carried out on outbred gray albino male rats revealed a clear increase in survival by feeding the obtained product with acute and chronic radiation exposure, toxic effects of different nature and intensity, adverse temperature and humidity conditions, lack of oxygen, which allowed to conclude about immunostimuliruyushhim, radioprotective and adaptogenic action of the finished product.

Experiments conducted in vitro showed that the ingestion of the product obtained by the proposed method normalizes lipid metabolism, preventing re the practical conditions of the human body, that has allowed to draw a conclusion about the strengthening and expansion of therapeutic action of the finished product.

Thus, the proposed method allows to increase the shelf life and to expand the range of therapeutic and preventive actions resulting product.

Method for the production of cereal milk, including washing cereals, blanching in boiling water for 40 to 50 minutes, raising sieve for draining, mixing with pasteurized milk, table salt and preventive, heat resistant sweetener, sodium ascorbate and a-carotene, packing in a container, sealing, flash cereals simultaneously with the sterilization of the mixture, wherein the mixture before cooking in milk injected gas-liquid extract of the microorganism Mortierella exigua in the amount of 0.02 to 0.2% by weight of the mixture.

 

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