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2014Reducing the atypical odour of dawadawa: Effect of modification of fermentation conditions and post-fermentation treatment on the development of the atypical odour of dawadawaAmoa-Awua, W. K.; Awusi, B.; Owusu, M.; Appiah, V.; Ofori, H.; Thorsen, L.; Jespersen, L.
2004The microflora of fermented nixtamalized cornSefa-Dedeh, S.; Cornelius, B.; Amoa-Awua, W. K.; Sakyi-Dawson, E.; Afoakwa, E. O.
2005Effect of boiling and roasting on the fermentation of soybeans into dawadawa (soy-dawadawa)Dakwa, S.; Sakyi-Dawson, E.; Diako, C.; Annan, N. T.; Amoa-Awua, W. K.
2004Souring and breakdown of cyanogenic glucosides during the processing of cassava into akyekeObilie, E. M.; Tano-Debrah, K.; Amoa-Awua, W. K.
2003The role of bacillus species in the characteristic aroma of traditionally fermented soy dawadawaDarkwa, S.; Amoa-Awua, W. K.; Sakyi-Dawson, E.
1997The contribution of moulds and yeasts to the fermentation of ‘agbelima’ cassava doughAmoa-Awua, W. K.; Frisvad, J. C.; Sefa-Dedeh, S.; Jakobsen, M.
2005Utilization of unfermented cassava flour for the production of an indigenous African fermented food, agbelimaAmoa-Awua, W. K.; Owusu, M.; Feglo, P.
2003Volatile compounds produced by Lactobacillus fermentum, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Candida krusei in single starter culture fermentations of Ghanaian maize doughAnnan, N. T.; Poll, L.; Sefa-Dedeh, S.; Plahar, W. A.; Jakobsen, M.
2003Influence of starter culture combinations of Lactobacillus fermentum, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Candida krusei on aroma in Ghanaian maize dough fermentationAnnan, N. T.; Poll, L.; Sefa-Dedeh, S.; Plahar, W. A.; Jakobsen, M.
2003Aroma characteristics of spontaneously fermented Ghanaian maize dough for kenkeyAnnan, N. T.; Poll, L.; Plahar, W. A.; Jakobsen, M.