Karakteristik Kimia Biskuit Berbahan Baku Tepung Whey untuk Penderita Autis
AbstractPeople with autism have an allergic reaction to foods containing gluten and casein. Food processing innovation is needed. Whey powder, the by-product of cheese, have a high protein but can be consumed by people with autism safely. The objectives of this research to evaluate organoleptic and chemical characteristics of different whey powder-based biscuits to obtain the best formulation as a special food for people with autism. Biscuit formulations with the different addition of whey powder 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% was observed organoleptic and chemical characteristics. Casein and gluten protein of the best formulation biscuit was analysed by SDS-PAGE method. The results of this research showed that the addition of whey powder had a significant difference to organoleptic characteristics, the content of ash, protein, and free fatty acid. The SDS-PAGE analysis showed that protein fraction of casein and gluten were not seen significantly with band protein standard on 5% whey powder-based biscuit.
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