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Department of Food Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2, Canada

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Richardson Centre for Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals, University of Manitoba, Smartpark, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2, Canada





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Academic Editors: Luis Cisneros-Zevallos and Daniel Jacobo-Velazquez

Abstract Phenolic profiles and antioxidant properties of purple wheat varieties were investigated to document the effects of bread-making. Bread crust and crumb along with samples collected after mixing, 30 min fermenting, 65 min fermenting, and baking were examined. Free phenolic content 105.4 to 113.2 mg FAE-100 g significantly p < 0.05 increased during mixing, fermenting, and baking 65% to 68%. Bound phenolics slightly p > 0.05 decreased after 30 min fermentation 7% to 9% compared to the dough after mixing, but increased significantly p < 0.05 during 65 min fermenting and baking 16% to 27%. Their antioxidant activities followed a similar trend as observed for total phenolic content. The bread crust demonstrated increased free 103% to 109% but decreased bound 2% to 3% phenolic content, whereas bread crumb exhibited a reversal of these results. Total anthocyanin content TAC significantly p < 0.05 decreased by 21% after mixing; however, it gradually increased to 90% of the original levels after fermenting. Baking significantly p < 0.05 decreased TAC by 55%, resulting in the lowest value for bread crust 0.8 to 4.4 mg cyn-3-glu equiv.-100 g. p-Hydroxybenzoic, vanillic, p-coumaric, and ferulic acids were detected in free-phenolic extracts, while protocatechuic, caffeic syringic, and sinapic were additional acids in bound-phenolic extracts. Cyanidin-3-glucoside was the detectable anthocyanin in purple wheat. Bread-making significantly p < 0.05 increased the phenolic content and antioxidant activities; however, it compromised the anthocyanin content of purple wheat bread. View Full-Text

Keywords: purple wheat; bread-making; phenolic acids; anthocyanins; antioxidant activity; HPLC analysis purple wheat; bread-making; phenolic acids; anthocyanins; antioxidant activity; HPLC analysis





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