Origin of fermentation
OTHER WORDS FROM fermentationnon·fer·men·ta·tion, nounpre·fer·men·ta·tion, nounself-fer·men·ta·tion, noun
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On his popular series for the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen video channel, “It’s Alive,” host Brad Leone walks viewers through the process of making foods that involve fermentation or preservation, such as kimchi, pickled onions and kombucha.
Otherwise, fermentation could proceed too fast, which often leads to loaves without sufficient structure.How to help your dough rise to the occasion in winter|Becky Krystal|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
Yeast is then added to trigger fermentation, turning the sugars into alcohol.Craft brewers now have a new tool for sniffing out trace flavor compounds|Jennifer Ouellette|January 14, 2021|Ars Technica
Creo is turning to an extraction process that uses fermentation.
However, it’s only in the past 50 years that scientists have come to understand fermentation well enough to sustain it at scale.
There is also more nitrogen in his varieties, and this contributes to a quick restart of fermentation after each filtration.
He recently received federal funding to research PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoate), a bioplastic made through bacterial fermentation.
Often, the beer undergoes a secondary fermentation in the bottle, just like Champagne.
Spontaneous fermentation results in a sour quality with vinous notes.
During fermentation after about 15 percent alcohol, yeast starts producing histamines.
It is produced abundantly when vegetable matters are burnt, as also during respiration, fermentation, and many other processes.
Attention to this point is of great moment, and materially affects the fermentation.
I consider you are at present in a transition period; in a state of fermentation; and no one knows what you are capable of doing.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Here the fruit remained until a slight fermentation took place.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
Wines during fermentation, if improperly managed, will produce acetic acid, which will greatly deteriorate their quality.
British Dictionary definitions for fermentation
Derived forms of fermentationfermentative, adjectivefermentatively, adverbfermentativeness, noun
Scientific definitions for fermentation
Cultural definitions for fermentation
A chemical reaction in which sugars are broken down into smaller molecules that can be used in living systems. Alcoholic beverages, such as beer, wine, and whiskey, are made from the controlled use of fermentation. Fermentation is an anaerobic process.