JICAMA (YAM BEAN) : THE PROPERTIES FOR FUNCTIONAL BEVERAGES PRODUCTION

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ปิ่นมณี ขวัญเมือง

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Yam bean are a root crop in Fabaceae, which planted all over the country. Grows much in the Central and Northeast. The portion of the yam bean that is consumed as food is the root storage. It has many nutritional values. The key features of the Yam bean are: the prebiotic fiber is the fructans, the 100 grams of yam bean gives 38 kilocalories of energy. The juices extracted from the yam bean is suitable for the production and development of a healthy drink, both fermented and non-fermented beverages. However, there is no study on the processing of beverages from Yam bean in Thailand. Details of the properties of the yam bean for the production of beverages in this article are a guideline for those interested in further study and research.

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ขวัญเมืองป. (2017). JICAMA (YAM BEAN) : THE PROPERTIES FOR FUNCTIONAL BEVERAGES PRODUCTION. Journal of Industrial Education, 16(3), 1-6. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/119773
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