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defatted

 [de-fat´ed]
deprived of fat.

defatted

(dē-făt′ĕd) [L. de, from, + AS. faelt, to fatten]
Freed from or deprived from fat, e.g., by trimming fat away, skimming fat from the surface of a liquid, or draining fat from a food. Defatting is a practice used by dieters to reduce the fat and caloric content of a meal.
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The defatted flour and whole flour of baru chestnut were submitted to a washing process with distilled water aiming to remove the non-proteinaceous soluble fractions.
The researchers showed that defatted rice bran had a high affinity for tea catechins and represents a promising approach to selectively enriching catechins on defatted rice bran under practical conditions.
Table-2: Proximate composition and Anti-nutritional Factors present in defatted and fatted Jatropha curcas seed meal
The Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC) values of the extracts were calculated using a Trolox standard curve on the basis of the absorbance at 734 nm after 30 min of reaction and expressed in [micro]mol Trolox/g defatted sample.
The significance of each property mean was determined (p < 0.05) in order to evaluate the effect of the PNSP content (untreated and defatted) on the color, thermal, optical, and mechanical properties of the biocomposites.
Defatted seed was obtained from Dongguan Chengfu Trade Co., Ltd.
The objective of this study was to investigate changes in physico-chemical qualities of soy-peanut-cow milk yoghurt, defatted peanut-soy milk yoghurt and cow milk yoghurt during storage and also characterize their volatile flavour components in the yoghurt samples using GC-MS.
Then this defatted powder was treated with 300 mL of ethanol and methanol solvents (Cagdas et al., 2011).
According to the described context, this study aimed to evaluate solvents for the extraction of Macauba pulp oil, with experiments conducted at low pressure, and the characterization of the extracts and defatted meals obtained.