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    Analysis Of Freeze Drying

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    Freeze-drying well known and developed technology for preserving food and retaining its properties such as flavor, and taste. In this study, the objectives to investigate the difference between fresh, treated, and controlled freeze-dried samples and see the effects on those samples. Browning of the samples was one of the concerns to monitor and observe. The outcomes of this study suggested that the freeze-drying is great technique in preserving the food with its properties remain intact. This was obtained by the water activity reduction from 0.96 to 0.22. Also, the structure remain undamaged that was observed from the water activity sorption isotherm where similar results were obtained in tray drying. The color change in frozen apple samples…

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    most interesting spinoffs is the method of freeze drying. The basic 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…

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    is then frozen, but time moves on for one thousand years until it is the year 3000. The cryogenics tube symbolizes being frozen in time not knowing what to do while the rest of society moves on in life with a purpose. Another way ice is symbolized in the film is Batman and Robin, 1997. The main villain, Mr. Freeze, has deeper past. Mr. Freeze was working at a lab inventing a cure for his wife Nora, who had a fatal disease. He froze her for the time so he could focus on the cure. However,…

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    Success in the hospitality industry, in particular the restaurant area, depends on some very important criteria for success such as product, place/location, pricing, and promotional aspects. These four components constitute the marketing mix, and these elements comprise the 4 P’s of this marketing mix. As a student in a hospitality class, one becomes very familiar and knowledgeable of the application of these components. Thus, the owner of an ice cream establishment known as The Sweet Spot…

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    Table 1, freeze-drying process causes the highest percentage of moisture loss (83.19%) in the potatoes followed by vacuum drying process (83.22%) and hot air drying process (82.77%). The percentage of moisture loss in freeze-dried potatoes are the highest because larger ice crystals form during the process of freezing which leads to larger pores formation…

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    Mushroom Soup Case Study

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    4.5.3 Texture Acceptability of Mushroom Soup In term of texture, the acceptance of particle in soups was determined (Table 4.3). Generally, soup prepared from freeze dried powders had higher scores for acceptability of 4.47 ± 1.10 than oven dried and vacuum dried powder that varies between 3.80± 1.06 and 4.47± 1.43. However, there was no significant difference (p> 0.05) among the soups prepared with fresh mushroom and powders in the respect of texture. The lower texture acceptability of oven…

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    Five Food Innovations

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    There are many food technologies that are used to make foods a lot safer. Five food innovations used to make food safer are canning, freezing, drying, pasteurization, and irradiation. There are many methods, but these are five of some of the most common and known methods. Canning is a simple process where you preserve food by heating or cooking foods at a high temperature in a sealed and/or can or jar destroying any organisms that would cause them to spoil. Canning can also reduce the…

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    Apple Juice Case Study

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    R. P., Crandall, P. G., & Morris, J. R. (2001). Principles and practices of small- and medium-scale fruit juice processing. Rome: FAO. Manufacturing Process [Powder products] | Nikken Foods. (n.d.). Retrieved February 22, 2018, from http://www.nikkenfoods.co.jp/en/overview/flow.html Phisut, N./IFRJ 19(4):1297-1306 Raj Process Equipments And Systems Pvt. Ltd & Raj Process Equipments And Systems Private Limited. (n.d.). Custom Equipments | Process Equipment | Customised Solutions in India.…

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    Spacer Lab Report

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    Pro6 Spacer (10) (30 mg, 0.036 mmol) and 18 (36 mg, 0.087 mmol) were dissolved in 778 µL DMF. Copper sulfate (1.62 mg, 0.006 mmol) and sodium-L- ascorbate (2.57 mg, 0.013 mmol) were dissolved in 86 µL H2O. The two solutions were combined in a microwave tube and put in the microwave for 30 minutes at 80oC. The solvent was evaporated under reduced pressure. The product was purified by preparative HPLC on a C18 column. The product was freeze dried and analyzed using LCMS and analytical HPLC. 19…

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    Quinoa Research Paper

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    himself a healthy and lean breakfast. John decides that a light potato and spinach quinoa breakfast bowl should be a great way to begin his day. Quinoa, a popular “super food,” that is now available in many US health food stores and supermarkets. To John, it’s a foodstuff recommended by many nutritionists and agricultural specialists, however, it is much more than that. Quinoa is a Peruvian cropped that forever changed the dietary history of the world. John dices up his potatoes, cooks it, and…

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