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Title: Smoke and smoked fish production
Authors: Belichovska Katerina, Belichovska Daniela, Pejkovski Zlatko
Keywords: smoke, smoked fi sh, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, nitrosamine
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Insitute of Meat Hygiene and Technology, Belgrade
Journal: Meat Technology, Vol. 60, No. 1, 37-43
Abstract: Smoking is a method for preserving fi shes that, after previous salting, are processed with organic components obtained from smoke. Smoke contains volatile aromatic substances that give specifi c features to fi sh fl esh (attractive appearance, colour, fl avour and aroma) and have bactericidal eff ects. Smoked fi sh is a fl avourful and nutritious product, ready for use with or without further cooking or processing. Besides useful compounds, smoke contains harmful substances that have carcinogenic properties. The quality of smoked fi sh depends on many factors including the species and size of fi sh, fi sh diet, condition and treatment before smoking (fresh, frozen), and the methods of salting, heat treatment and smoking. Depending on the temperature of the smoking chamber, smoking can be cold, warm or hot, and depending on the environment in which smoking is conducted, diff erent smoking techniques are employed: smoking with natural smoke, smoking without smoke and mixed smoking. When smoking is with natural smoke, fi sh is processed in a smoke-air mixture, which is formed during the direct incomplete combustion (pyrolysis) of wood. Smoking without smoke utilises smoke preparations obtained from smoke or its components. Fish smoked with smoke preparations does not contain harmful components, because smoke preparations are previously purifi ed to remove these substances. Liquid smoke (smoke aqueous solution), which is suffi ciently studied, available and has minimal potential toxicity, is attracting more attention today.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/7105
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