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    Nutritional Analysis As a college student, it can be hard to eat right, exercise regularly, all while trying to balance a social and an academic life. After completing this nutritional analysis I learned that there are ways to change my daily lifestyle. Throughout this analysis I will discuss my current daily intake compared to the recommended intake, my energy expenditure and body composition, my mood and cognitive behavior, and finally I will set goals and discuss recommendations for myself. Food Intake Based on the USDA food patterns chart in our textbook, a person should consume at least one cup fruits, vegetables and dairy products, one ounce grains and proteins, and one teaspoon oil on a daily basis. Looking at this compared to the food listed in my appendix, I could stand to consume more dairy, protein, and fruits, and fewer oils. I can do this by switching water for milk at a meal, putting meat on my salads, and grabbing an apple on my way out the door. Although I am consuming fewer calories than recommended I can still cut out fats by using less dressing, on salads and sandwiches. By switching processed foods for more fresh choices, I will be able to get my daily recommendations for vitamins and minerals as well. Overall, my consumption of recommended nutrients is adequate but could use some adjusting. Energy Expenditure & Body Composition After calculating my EER, I determined that my daily caloric need is 2269 calories. Based on my appendix, each…

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    Experiment 5 Title: Mayonnaise production Objective: To determine the type of food emulsion obtained by varying the mixture sequence Introduction: A most important field of emulsion technology is that involving food preparations. Some of the oldest emulsions known to man, for example, butter, salad dressings and so on are included in this group, while the applications of emulsion theory to the baking process and to therapeutic feeding represent modern developments. Probably the most instructive…

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    3.2.4.1 Proximate Analysis Proximate analysis is done to determine the moisture content, total ash, crude fat, crude protein, crude fiber and total carbohydrate of each mayonnaise samples with different grape seed extract percentages. 3.2.4.1.1 Moisture Content The moisture contents of mayonnaise samples with different grape seed extract percentages are determined by air oven drying according to the official AOAC method 930.15 (2003) with a slight modification (Babajide & Olatunde, 2010).…

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    Crawfish Terrine Analysis

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    ofWorcestershire Sauce Salt & Black Pepper to taste Louisiana Gold Pepper Sauce to taste 2 Packages of Unflavored Gelatin, Dissolved In 1/4 of a Cup of Cold Water Instructions: Coarsely chop the smoked catfish and the crawfish. Place in a 2 quart mixing bowl. Add all of the remaining ingredients, blending well to incorporate seasonings into the mixture. Adjust salt and pepper to taste. Pour the mixture into a terrine mold. Place into the refrigerator, covered, overnight. When serving, remove…

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    Case Study: Just Mayo

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    Our great country, the United States of America, has prospered for hundreds of years because it has been built upon principles of honesty, integrity, and a desire to better the greater good. How will our society continue to function if it is infiltrated with lies, deceit, and deception? I refer to the case of Hampton Creek, and their product “Just Mayo.” To the average consumer, this product may seem to be another brand of mayonnaise, when in fact it is not. This is misleading to consumers. The…

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    conspiracy thinking more common...our political and media elites are discussing conspiracy theories much more frequently. But that doesn’t mean people are believing them more than they did...” (Uscinski, “Fake News Freakout”). To boot, while conspiracy theories or fake news might be traveling faster than ever before, that does not mean that they are being accepted at a faster rate, too. For example, all of my friends could order mayonnaise on their cheeseburgers but I would not find it any less…

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    Asparagus Research

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    Wash and trim asparagus; cook in boiling water with salt until just tender. Drain thoroughly; place in shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with cheese, then croutons. Dot with butter. Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. Serves four. Sweet pea salad 1 1/2 cups fresh peas 3 hard-cooked eggs 2 stalks celery 1 small cucumber 3 sweet pickles 1/2 cup walnuts Salad dressing or mayonnaise Chop eggs, celery, cucumber and pickles. Combine with peas and walnuts, using enough dressing to moisten. Makes…

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    out what foods contain different organic compounds. The tests were very simple, but the information found with them is very significant. Knowing what organic compounds are in the food we consume can prevent people from having allergic reactions. It can also help us know what foods we should be eating to benefit our bodies. A.) Hypotheses 1.) In testing all ten food items, I believe that apple, syrup, sweet potato, bread, mayonnaise, corn,and yogurt contain sugar. 2.) In…

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    Social Imagination Paper

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    Chris Cleveland Week 1 “Social imagination” Social imagination is an awareness and understanding of how one’s life experiences play a role in their opinions, decision making, and views of society. We all have our own social location, and social imagination helps us step outside of our comfort zone to view the world through objective eyes. Social imagination is questioning things we take for granted to be natural behavior or beliefs. “Making the familiar strange” was the perfect way for the…

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    Checkouts Love Story

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    In the story “Checkouts” two teens fall in love. The girl and her parents are moving to Cincinnati. The girl hated the thought of leaving the town she grew up in. For a month she spent the greater part of everyday in her room, because she missed her hometown. According to the article, the girl finally didn’t have the energy to stay in her bedroom. She liked to grocery shop, so she emerged from the beautiful house and went down to the supermarket and one she went in she fell in love with the bag…

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