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Jodlbauer; Heinz D.
Berlin, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5183680 Baking agent for leavened dough February 2, 1993
A baking agent and a process for producing a baking agent for leavened doughs includes a phospholipid fraction whereby the portion of phosphatidyl choline to phophtidyl ethanolamine is lower than 1.
5176935 Baking agent for breakfast roll doughs January 5, 1993
A baking agent for breakfast-roll doughs includes a phospholopid fraction in which the portion of phosphatidyl choline to phosphatidyl ehtanolamine is greater than 1. A method for producing such a baking agent is also included.
4886675 Fast-cooked granular rice product and method of production thereof December 12, 1989
Fast-cooked granular rice product, consisting of the rice components obtained as byproducts in producing table rice from raw rice and comprised of husking flour, scouring flour, polishing flour and broken rice, including 20 to 40% by weight of water, related to the weight of the anhy

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