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  • Sigda is another meat substitute and is prepared by fermentation of sesame oilseed presscake.

    1 Upgrading Traditional Biotechnological Processes

  • The presscake, when applied to the soil has pesticidal value, particularly against nematodes.

    Chapter 31

  • The presscake, remaining when oil is extracted from the seeds, is used as a poultry feed

    Chapter 31

  • Incorporation of leaves and the presscake into soils improves fertility.

    Chapter 31

  • Press-liquid percentage composition equals 100 minus presscake percentage.

    Chapter 8

  • The cheapest way of drying the presscake is in the open sun.

    Chapter 8

  • The presscake is sun-dried and the press liquid (stickwater) is discarded.

    Chapter 8

  • A number of residues that deserve to be studied further as raw materials for traditional fermented foods are: peanut presscake, coconut presscake, cononut liquid, and the solid residues of tahu, tapioca flour, and tempeh.

    Chapter 5

  • These residues may be used singly (e.g., solid waste of tabu for black oncom preparation), or in combination (e.g., a combination of peanut presscake, solid waste of tahu, and solid waste of tapioca flour for red oncom preparation).

    Chapter 5

  • Moreover, oil-extraction processing of the seeds also generates residues in the form of presscake.

    Chapter 5

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  • A dry, solid cake remaining after cocoa butter is extracted from chocolate liquor. Presscakes are crushed, ground, and sifted to make cocoa powder.

    February 9, 2007