The Process of Fermentation
The product I chose was coffee because who does not love it! The process of fermentation involves a reaction of bacteria and yeast to break down sugars, which in return creates acids. There are two ways of fermenting coffee. The first way they ferment coffee is by putting the coffee cherries in a container, monitoring temperature control, and being exposed to the oxygen. Over time the microorganisms get to work. The second way of fermentation is a process in which the coffee cherries are laid in a tank of water, allowing the microorganism to start their work. When these methods of fermentation are successful, it strengthens the coffee’s quality. Also, coffee and cacao beans go through a similar fermentation process. Cacao powder is made from fermented beans that have not been roasted, unlike cocoa, which is pressed at a high temperature. Both cacao and coffee rely on a microbial process or fermentation for more flavor. According to Dr.DeVuyst American society for microbiology February 1, 2019 emphasized how each stage of processing influences the taste of coffee remains mostly uncharted. “We were aware of many different micro-organisms during wet coffee fermentation — enterobacteria, lactic acid bacteria, yeasts, acetic acid bacteria, bacilli, and filamentous fungi,” said Dr. De Vuyst, but it is still unknown how most bacteria influence this process. https://perfectdailygrind.com/2018/06/coffee-fermentation-what-is-it-how-can-it-improve-coffee-quality/ American Society for Microbiology. “Microbes help make the coffee.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 1 February 2019.
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