The ancient traditional Chinese drink Bian-Que Triple-Bean Soup made by fermentation (FTBS) of Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis YM313 and Lacticaseibacillus casei YQ336 is a potential functional drink. The effect of fermentation on the flavor and biological activity of FTBS was evaluated by analyzing its chemical composition. Five volatile flavors were detected in modified FTBS. Fermentation decreased the proportion of nonanal (beany flavor substances) but significantly increased the total flavone contents, phenol contents and many bioactive small molecule substances in FTBS. The changes of these substances led to the significant improvement of FTBS sensory evaluation, antioxidant activity and prebiotic potential. This research provides a theoretical basis for the application of Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) in the fermentation of edible plant-based foods and transformation from traditional food to industrial production.
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This work was supported by the Liaoning Province Applied Basic Research Program (grant no. 2022JH2/101300148), Innovative Talents Support Scheme of Liaoning Higher Education Institutions (2020), 2021 Basic Scientific Research Project of Colleges and Universities of Liaoning Provincial Department of Education (grant no. LJKZ0801).
Copyright © 2023 Li, Yang, Yu, Wang, Zhu, Liu, Zheng, Qian, Wei, Lv, Zhang and Xu.
- Bian-Que Triple-Bean Soup
- bioactive substances
- differential metabolites analysis
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- Journal Article