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    Quinoa Case Study

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    baby food. Quinoa seed can be added into soup and act as thickener. The seeds can be ground and used as flour and the green sprouts can be added into salads and ready to serve (Chamorro, 2003). Quinoa flour is usually mixed with maize or wheat flour, with the reported substitution of in bread (10-13% quinoa flour), noodles and pasta (30-40% quinoa flour) and sweet biscuits (60% of quinoa flour) (Chamorro, 2003). Fermented beverage, ‘chicha’ mainly derived from maize, can be also made by quinoa…

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    Bread Milling Process

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    Next, is the milling process. Here, the wheat is turned into flour. Rotating at different speeds, the grist is passed through a series of fluted break rolls. These rolls are needed to shear the wheat open. This separates the white inner part from the outer skin. Secondly, the wheat grain fragments are separated by an arrangement of sieves. For final milling into white flour, white endosperm particles are channeled into a series of smooth reduction rolls. Pieces of bran with the endosperm…

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    Cereal And Caryopses

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    soft endosperm (Brown, 2015). Making up about 83% of the grain, is the endosperm. The endosperm contains all the grains’ starch and it is the foundation of all flours. Refine flours is made by removing the husk, bran, and germ from the endosperm; then, it is milled into a powder. For whole grain flour, the bran and germ are milled into the flour. Last, the germ, or the embryo, accounts for only 2.5% of the grain. It is found at the base of the kernel. The…

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    When we first were signing up to choose our topics, I chose baking because I like to simply bake. I thought that there could be some chemistry involved due to heat in the oven changing food from liquid to solid. I was so wrong. Even though the oven and heat portion plays a major factor, a good portion of the real chemistry lies in the ingredients we use to make such delicious dessert treats and our different breads. From the ten different sources I looked up previously, for the Annotated…

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    Gluten Free Grains

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    Gluten Free Grains Going gluten free is a great way to get healthy and clear up a number of problems, including celiac disease, psoriasis, and even IBS. For people who have a gluten intolerance, eating even a small amount of this protein can cause extreme health problems. Even those who avoid gluten because of related allergies can suffer if they accidentally ingest this protein. Wheat is off the table for anyone following a gluten free diet, but what some people don't realize is that this…

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    The Pierogi is a traditional Polish dinner dish consisting of crispy dumplings filled with a savory filling of potato, cheese, and other garnishes. The traditional recipe calls for simple ingredients and no fuss. Though actual preparation time and the cooking processes can be length, the pierogi itself is unassuming. In recent years, however, many people (Polish and non-Polish) have attempted to reconfigure the typical recipe to make it more exciting and even more delicious. Due to the…

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    much higher in watermelon rinds than sharlyn melon peels except the coumarie acid. Utilization of watermelon rind and sharlyn melon peel powders as substitution of flour in cake Proximate composition of cake samples From Table 4 it could be noticed that the fat content of cake samples were not significantly affected by substituting the flour with watermelon rind and sharlyn melon peel powder. Meanwhile, a gradual decrease in protein and moisture content of cake samples containing watermelon rind…

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    creating a pile of about two and a half cups of flour onto a kitchen board. Create a hole in the middle of the flour to create a “bowl”. Crack open two large eggs into the hole you created. As your pouring the eggs stir them with a fork to mix the yolk and egg white together. While stirring the egg, slowly add flour into the mixture until the eggs aren’t runny. After your finished with that add the remaining flour. Be careful not to add too much flour as this will make the dough too powdery.…

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    pie pan, a medium sized mixing bowl, cooking oil, all-purpose flour, salt, sugar, milk, butter, vanilla, eggs, semi-sweet chocolate chips, coconut, and an optional addition of pecans or walnuts. To make this dessert, simply begin by first preheating the oven to 350 degrees. Once you have, you are ready to make the pie’s crust. Get a medium sized mixing bowl and add together half a cup of cooking oil, one half-cup of all-purpose flour, half a teaspoon of salt, two tablespoons of sugar, and two…

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    White Bread History

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    as a symbol of wealth and status in a community cannot be understated. White flour first off was more expensive to obtain for lower class families so they mostly ate darer breads like rye bread, therefore making white bread made with white flour something only eaten by the wealthy. This is not very true anymore because through many years of change and experimentation white flour is now much less expensive then darker flour reversing the roles almost entirely. During the time of the colonization…

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