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“…Its amino acid composition resembles that of egg protein [ 2 ]. Generally, potato protein is a by-product of the starch industry [ 3 ]. The high-intensity heat treatment in the recycling process decreases the solubility of potato protein, which limits its application [ 4 ].…”
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“…Its amino acid composition resembles that of egg protein [ 2 ]. Generally, potato protein is a by-product of the starch industry [ 3 ]. The high-intensity heat treatment in the recycling process decreases the solubility of potato protein, which limits its application [ 4 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In recent years, problems with the management and appropriate use of by-products in the food industry have become an increasing challenge. One of the most interesting side streams in the food industry is potato juice (PJ), arising during the production of potato starch [1]. According to the published data, up to 500 kg of PJ can be made from 1 ton of potatoes [2,3].…”
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“…Starch has been used in the production of food [1,2] for a long time, but it also has other applications [3,4]. Potato juice (PJ) is one of the more interesting by-products of starch production [5,6]. Fresh PJ contains approximately 1% of mineral compounds and 4% of organic compounds, mainly protein (2%) [7].…”
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