Gourmet and Health-Promoting Specialty Oils

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  • Book
  • 596 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The third volume in the AOCS PRESS MONOGRAPH SERIES ON OILSEEDS is a unique blend of information focusing on edible oils. These oils contain either unique flavor components that have lead to their being considered "gourmet oils," or contain unique health-promoting chemical components. Each chapter covers processing, edible and non-edible applications, lipids, health benefits, and more related to each type of oil.

- Includes color illustrations of over 20 health-promoting specialty oils- Comprehensive resource for the chemical and physical properties and extraction and processing methods of these specialty oils- Describes and and includes the health effects of over 50 different oils from plants, algae, fish, and milk

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Preface
Introduction
CHAPTER 1: Olive
CHAPTER 2: Avocado Oil
CHAPTER 3: Tree Nut Oils
CHAPTER 4: Flax, Perilla, and Camelina Seed Oils: a-Linolenic Acid-Rich Oils
CHAPTER 5: Hempseed Oil
CHAPTER 6: Berry Seed and Grapeseed Oils
CHAPTER 7: Borage, Evening Primrose, Blackcurrant, and Fungal Oils: g-Linolenic Acid-Rich Oils
CHAPTER 8: Sesame Seed Oil
CHAPTER 9: Niger Seed Oil
CHAPTER 10: Nigella (Black Cumin) Seed Oil
CHAPTER 11: Camellia Oil and Tea Oil
CHAPTER 12: Pumpkin Seed Oil
CHAPTER 13: Wheat Germ Oil
CHAPTER 14: Rice Bran Oil
CHAPTER 15: Corn Kernel Oil and Corn Fiber Oil
CHAPTER 16: Oat Oil
CHAPTER 17: Barley Oil
CHAPTER 18: Parsley, Carrot, and Onion Seed Oils
CHAPTER 19: Algal Oils
CHAPTER 20: Fish Oils
CHAPTER 21: Butter, Butter Oil, and Ghee
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Moreau, Robert
Robert A. Moreau was born in Massachusetts. He obtained his BA at Boston University and his Ph.D. at the University of South Carolina (Ph.D.), where he was mentored by Dr. Anthony Huang. After a two year postdoc with Dr. Paul Stumpf at UC Davis, he joined the staff at the Eastern Regional Research Center (USDA, ARS) in Wyndmoor, PA, USA where he has been a happy lipid researcher for the last 28 years. Bob's research interests have focused on method development for lipid analysis and their use to solve problems in agriculture and food science, including functional lipids such as phytosterols, tocotrienols, and carotenoids.
Kamal-Eldin, Afaf
Afaf Kamal-Eldin is a professor of food science at the United Arab Emirates University in Al-Ain, UAE. Her major specialty is on the chemistry, biochemistry and nutrition related to bioactive compounds and to food chemistry in general. She is a member of the editorial boards of a number of journals and has edited/co-edited four books published by the American Oil Chemists' Society press. She has published 150 original publications and 30 reviews and book chapters in addition to a large number of conference abstracts. Afaf is conducting research and teaching in the area of food for health and has supervised a large number of M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses.
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