Pea starch

the starch or flour of the common pea, which is sometimes used in adulterating wheat flour, pepper, etc.

See also: Pea

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Its unique carbohydrate blend of Waxy Maize Starch, Carb10TM (Ultra Low Glycemic and Low Insulinemic Pea Starch Carbohydrate) and Cluster DextrinTM (High Branched Cyclic Dextrin) makes Retain a healthy solution for people looking to maintain or increase weight.
2003) reported that energy ADC of the dietary carbohydrates including dextrin, gelatinized wheat starch, glucose, maltose, raw wheat starch and raw pea starch was significantly affected by carbohydrate kind.
Spanish scientists analyzed how the substitution of wheat flour with modified pea starch containing high levels of resistant starch would affect bread-making performance.
The effects of the modified pea starch on wheat dough functionality were evaluated by analyzing various properties, including texture, viscosity and thermal properties.
The new guidelines were a response to consumer concerns about chicken and ham with large amounts of water and pea starch, says Les Bailey, policy officer for food at Lacors.
During studies, the fermented pea starch produced somewhat less ethanol than corn because the legume had less starch to begin with.
Nine drumettes from each set were dipped in a pea starch gel containing 10% w/v of TSP, in a calcium alginate gel containing Sanova (1200 ppm acidified sodium chlorite), or in water, which was the control.
Chicken (47 per cent), water, wheat flour, vegetable oil, breadcrumbs (wheat flour, salt, yeast, vegetable oil, dextrose) modified wheat starch, salt, pea starch, maize flour, maize starch, dried skimmed milk, pea fibre, sugar, yeast extract, onion powder, spices, spice extracts, dried egg white, chilli powder, herbs, colour (capsanthin), wheat starch, garlic powder, flavourings, maltodextrin, dextrose, herb extracts, hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Nastar is a native pea starch with increased thickening and gelling characteristics that can be used in many products.
Designed to biodegrade, bioplastics are made from sources such as vegetable oil, cornstarch, pea starch or microbiota.
The first objective was to blend native PHF with pea starch (PS) to explore the feasibility of low-cost microcomposites.