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Of note are Bacillus subtilis, B. Bacillus subtilis is the dominant species, causing the hydrolysis of protein to amino acids and peptides and releasing ammonia, which increases the alkalinity and makes the substrate unsuitable for the growth of spoilage organisms.
Alkaline fermentations are more common with protein rich foods such as soybeans and other legumes, although there are a few examples utilising plant seeds. For example water melon seeds Ogiri in Nigeria and sesame seeds Ogiri-saro in Sierra Leone and others where coconut and leaf proteins are the substrates Indonesian semayi and Sudanese kawal respectively.
Although the range of products of alkaline fermentation does not match those brought about by acid fermentations, they are important in that they provide protein rich, low cost condiments from leaves, seeds and beans, which contribute to the diet of millions of people in Africa and Asia.
Steinkraus presents a comprehensive review of the acid, alkaline and alcoholic fermentations from around the world, which the reader is referred to for further information Steinkraus, Most bacteria favour conditions with a near neutral pH 7.
The varied pH requirements of different groups of micro-organisms is used to good effect in fermented foods where successions of micro-organisms take over from each other as the pH of the environment changes.
Certain bacteria are acid tolerant and will survive at reduced pH levels.
Notable acid-tolerant bacteria include the Lactobacillus and Streptococcus species, which play a role in the fermentation of dairy and vegetable products. Oxygen requirements vary from species to species. The lactic acid bacteria are described as microaerophilic as they carry out their reactions with very little oxygen.
The acetic acid bacteria however, require oxygen to oxidise alcohol to acetic acid. In vinegar production, oxygen has to be made available for the production of acetic acid, whereas with wine it is essential to exclude oxygen to prevent oxidation of the alcohol and spoilage of the wine.
The salt tolerance gives them an advantage over other less tolerant species and allows the lactic acid fermenters to begin metabolism, which produces acid, which further inhibits the growth of non-desirable organisms.
Leuconostoc is noted for its high salt tolerance and for this reason, initiates the majority of lactic acid fermentations. There are a few species which can tolerate water activities lower than this, but usually the yeasts and fungi will predominate on foods with a lower water activity.
Some, lactobacilli in particular, are microaerophilic. That is they grow in the presence of reduced amounts of atmospheric oxygen. In aerobic fermentations, the amount of oxygen present is one of the limiting factors. It determines the type and amount of biological product obtained, the amount of substrate consumed and the energy released from the reaction.
Acetobacter require oxygen for the oxidation of alcohol to acetic acid. The energy requirements of micro-organisms are very high. Limiting the amount of substrate available can check their growth. The name sauerkraut literally translates as acid cabbage.
The 'sauerkraut process' can be applied to any other suitable type of vegetable product. Because of the importance of this product in the German diet, the process has received substantial research in order to commercialise and standardise production.
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