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Koji Presentation with Rich Shih Outline 1. Introduction a. Who are you? i. Academic background ii. Current job iii. Family b. How did you first become interested in koji? i. Why do you love koji and why do you think it has a lot of potential 2. What is koji? a. The organism (fungus) b. The flavor i. Send out plain koji, have people taste and smell it ii. Have people put koji in their mouth, and just let it sit there feel as it gets sweeter and sweeter. c. The Enzymes (lipase, protease, amylase) 3. A brief history of Koji a. When was it first discovered? Why was it used? 4. The science of koji (the science of koji) a. Fungus biology i. Hyphae (in particular why hyphae are so good at breaking things down? Long, thin cells with large amounts of surface area) ii. Life cycle of fungus (fruiting body and spores) b. The enzymes i. Highlight the different strains of koji, which produce different amounts of enzymes (ex. Yellow sake produces high amounts of alpha amylase) 5.
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