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Nutritive value of composite protein foods based on blends of peanut, soybean, and sesame flours



Nutritive value of composite protein foods based on blends of peanut, soybean, and sesame flours



Food Science mysore 9: 86-88



Protein efficiency ratios of 2 protein foods fortified with the title flours in 48:50:- and 48:30:20 ratios were 2.07 and 2.30, resp., compared with 2.71 for skim milk proteins, when used as sole protein source for rats for 8 weeks.

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