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  • Corn Syrup Lab Report

    Purpose Determine the ratio of sugar to corn syrup that produces the best-tasting and best-textured marshmallow. Hypothesis That marshmallows will taste better when made with more corn syrup than more of granulated sugar. I think this because the Materials Square or round foil cake pans, 8 or 9 inches wide (9) Masking tape Pen or permanent marker Vegetable oil, like canola or safflower oil, for greasing pans Paper towels (1 roll) Powdered or confectioners sugar (3 cups) Strainer, small Measuring cups Water Large mixing bowl 1/4-oz envelopes of plain, unflavored, gelatin (9 envelopes). A 1 oz box of Knox Gelatine contains (4) 1/4 oz envelopes, other brands may be packaged differently. Gelatin is available at grocery stores in the baking section. Fork Small saucepan with lid Corn syrup, like light corn syrup; glucose syrup is a possible substitute (18 fl. oz)…

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  • A Scary Date Narrative Essay

    Unlike yesterday 's date, I wanted to do something fun that he would remember forever. He helped me get ready by decorating my costume, I was a scarecrow he was a hunter. Earlier in the week I saw flyers about haunted houses and corn mazes throughout Greenville and I knew he would love that. That was our big scary date; however he had no clue what was in store for him. We drove into the night, he asked me a thousand of questions about where we were going. When we finally reached our destination…

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  • Personal Narrative-The Maze

    The Maze “Come on! come on! come on, Emma!” shouted Skylar. Skylar rushed Emma to sign up for the corn maze. Clickety clack, clickety clack. They heard the high schoolers high heels. As they slowly lifted their heads up, it was the bully in the whole school Julie Hoffman. She pranked three freshmen every year, and all cried most of the time. “Hey little babies!” shouted Julie. “Are you going to enter the maze contest?” Yes, mumbled Skylar and Emma at the same time. Fine, Julie said but just so…

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  • Documentary Analysis: King Corn

    King Corn is an eye-opening documentary that highlights the huge role that corn plays in American society. The film was produced in 2007 by college friends Aaron Woolf, Ian Cheney, and Curtis Ellis, who together moved from their familiar urban city to an Iowa farm. The film follows Cheney and Ellis as they rent a one-acre plot of farmland and plant their own crop of field corn. The documentary serves to demonstrate the American food industry’s reliance on corn and how corn has come to be in…

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  • The Overproduction Of Corn In The Modern World

    In today’s world, many cultures and societies have changed their way of living, for benefits in economics and many types of productions. The overproduction of corn is one such alteration to modern life. Corn has been grown to an excessive amounts, which is increasing almost constantly. This overproduction of corn has led to many different uses of corn, such as high fructose corn syrup, which is used as a substitute for natural sugars. One specific piece of information that most all of society is…

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  • Film Analysis: Food, Inc.

    food is becoming more dangerous” (Schlosser). In light of recent outbreaks of salmonella in the US, it is worth reviewing Food, Inc. Despite a failure to draw any sharp political conclusions, the film is damaging the inability of the profit system to provide safe and healthier foods for the population. One of the guiding conceptions of Food inc, is that the authenticity behind victuals engenderment in the US does not emanate from diminutive farmers markets it is engendered in giant firms…

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  • Creek Indian Social Ball Game Poem Analysis

    make way for those who are heading in our direction" (6). This image acknowledges the pain of ancestral trauma and implies there is an assertion of sovereignty in pursing the wisdom of the old ways by honoring the grandfathers who signed treaties to protect future generations. Harjo 's poetry speaks to the tragedy of colonization and the violence it inflicted on American Indian bodies, then looks at traditional arts and ceremonies with their potential to heal. History shapes the poems in terms…

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  • The Green Corn Ceremony

    The Green Corn Ceremony is an important Native American gathering. This passage will pertain solely to the Floridian Seminole ideas with some mention of Oklahoma Seminoles. Each tribe has their own rituals and traditions but are fairly all connected. To the Seminoles, the Green Corn Ceremony represents the first corn of July or August. Therefore, the special event is held every year to celebrate the growing season and a new year or new beginnings. The ceremony also depicts the community’s social…

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  • Coma Indians Pros And Cons

    In recent decades, high blood sugar and obesity rates dramatically increased in the United States compared to other parts of the world. The increased rate of these health problems will severely limit American vitality and way of life. In 2002, President Bush signed a $190 billion bill that would make tax payers to pay farmers an accumulated 4 million dollars a year to grow more corn. Accompanying the bill, Congress also decided to subsidize bushels of corn so American production of corn remains…

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  • High Fuctose Corn Syrup Research Paper

    High Fructose Corn Syrup There are many controversies about high fructose corn syrup when it comes to the debate of whether is causes certain diseases or if it is healthy or not. High fructose corn syrup is composed of either 42 percent or 55 percent fructose. It is a sweetener made from corn that also contains sugars that are primarily glucose and high sugars (chains of glucose). Many people are skeptical against high fructose corn syrup which is also known as (HFCS), but there are many…

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