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    CAI 121 Product Id & Purchasing Unit 3 Lecture During this unit, we will compare and contrast the methods used in food preservation, name the various packaging materials used in food service, and emphasize the importance of product specifications. We will also look at the considerations made in conducting quality analysis, and explore the concept of make-or-buy. As we continue with the unit, we will examine the organization of staffing as it applies to food service operations, and cover what common features are found in the buyer’s office, dry and refrigerated storage areas, and the receiving dock. As we finish the unit, we will focus on the importance of storeroom sanitation training for your staff. Purchasing preserved foods, or preserving foods in-house is a great way to make money. Purchased preserved foods have a longer shelf life than fresh foods, so you can cut down on waste. Preserving foods also allows you to cut down on waste by allowing you to utilize every part of the animals you purchase, and to preserve fresh produce at their peak for use throughout the year. Many chefs are…

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    Food Irradiation Essay

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    2016). Food is irradiated to provide the same benefits as when it is processed to destroy insects, fungi or bacteria that cause food to spoil of cause human disease and to make it possible to keep food longer and in better form in warehouses and homes. Because irradiation terminates disease-causing bacteria and diminishes the incidence of foodborne illnesses, hospitals sometimes use irradiation to disinfect food for immune-compromised patients. According to the study conducted by North Carolina…

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    Water Bath Canning Vs. Pressure Canning Food preservation has become very popular with food costs rising over the years. Even though freezing food is easy, convenient and fast, canning has become popular due to the long shelf life that canning affords. When canning, many decisions need to be made prior to starting the process. When I decided to start canning, I had to choose between the water bathing method or pressure canning method. When water bathing, the filled jars are prepared and…

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    the tenderness of meat as it causes disruption of the muscle integrity and altering the structure of collagen. Also, it can improve the technological properties of meat without compromising other quality parameters. Freezing and thawing Freezing preservation of food results in high product quality that is why it has been used for thousands of years. In general, the quality of frozen food is related to freezing and thawing processes. Freezing rate and the formation of small ice…

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    always need the essentials like water, shelter, food and weapons. But there are other things that many people forget like transportation and communication. Finding the right resources for your materials and the steps you have to take are crucial. The first step you need to take is finding the spots where the zombies have influenced the most. So if there are lots of zombies by the gym don’t go by the gym, or if there are a few here and there by the quad, avoid them. Mentally map out a route to…

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    There is great importance in the preservation of America’s history, not only to History and Social Studies educators, but for all of society. Before we go forward, let’s first define preservation. By definition, preserve means “to maintain (something) in its original or existing form.” When talking about maintaining history, many, including myself, immediately think about museums. Why? Museums are the homes to our pasts’ artifacts, momentos, writings, and more. However, one can not place all of…

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    Although many preservationists observed these rural communities as captivating remains of the pre-industrialized world, that reminiscence coincided with a powerful disregard for their unsophisticated methods of sustenance. Preservationists and park officials castigated against the foolishness and dissipation of rural hunting routines and became frightened that such behavior would threaten the order of law. Jacoby concludes that both sides absolutely exemplified definite, but integrative,…

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    idea of freeze drying is to hold on to the composition of food so that it stays the same, while also drying it without the needed heat for evaporation. This makes it very easy to take food into space. Freeze drying has a very deep history, there are also many things that we have learned about freeze drying and there are also some new things that will be happening in the future with freeze drying. Freeze drying has been traced back to the 15th century, the Inca’s put food in storage higher than…

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    Lunch Meats Lab Report

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    If the turkey is left out for nine hours in a room temperature environment, then there will be 10% more bacteria on it than on the ham and 20% more bacteria than on the bologna. The idea of this experiment is to test which lunch meat will attract more bacteria within a three day incubation period after being left out for nine hours. This project is interesting because bacteria growth on leftovers that have not been refrigerated has always interested me. Many people will leave out food, throw it…

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    an influential and innovative man. Clarence patented roughly 300 inventions on different frozen food inventions before his death in October of 1956. (1) Throughout his life Clarence changed the way American meals were prepared and eaten. His most famous invention that would change the world of the frozen food industry, was released to the world in 1925. The “Quick Freeze Machine”. Clarence was the sixth of nine children in his family. Even when Clarence was young, he was immensely…

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