Posted on

chocolate chem seeds

The seeds of the jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) are an abundant waste-stream in Brazil and a potential source of chocolate aroma. The aim of the study was to characterise the aroma compounds in flours prepared from the roasted jackfruit seeds and compare them with a typical Brazilian cocoa powder. Jackfruits seeds were either left untreated, acidified or fermented before drying and roasting. The volatiles were extracted using solid phase micro extraction or solid phase extraction and analysed by gas chromatography mass spectrometry. The most odour-active volatiles were identified by GC-Olfactometry. Most of the compounds known to be odour-active character impact compounds in cocoa products were also found in the jackfruit seed flours, however, the jackfruit seeds produced many additional pyrazines, some of which were responsible for the characteristic earthy “roasted jackfruit seed” aroma. The fermented sample had the most similar aroma profile to cocoa powder.

Keywords: Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.; Cocoa substitute; GC–MS/GCO; Odor-active; Pyrazines; Waste utilization.

Chocolate chem seeds

Chocolate Kush, bred by 00 Seeds, is a powerful indica strain that captures the best of its two parent strains. Mazar, with its resin-oozing buds, lends its potent full-body euphoria while its other pure indica parent passes on a pungent aroma of hashy incense and chocolate. This strain grows into medium-sized plants with a Christmas tree structure and flowers in 56 to 60 days. The sativa-dominant Chocolope Kush sometimes goes by the name Chocolate Kush, so be sure to confirm this strain’s genetics with your budtender if you’re looking for the heavy-handed indica.

Chocolate Kush, bred by 00 Seeds, is a powerful indica strain that captures the best of its two parent strains. Mazar, with its resin-oozing buds, lends its potent full-body euphoria while its other pure indica parent passes on a pungent aroma of hashy incense and chocolate. This strain grows into medium-sized plants with a Christmas tree structure and flowers in 56 to 60 days. The sativa-dominant Chocolope Kush sometimes goes by the name Chocolate Kush, so be sure to confirm this strain’s genetics with your budtender if you’re looking for the heavy-handed indica.