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    Introduction: Using solid-liquid extraction the fat trimyristin was successfully isolated from nutmeg. Using a chemical reaction called hydrolysis the isolated trimyristin was converted to myristic acid. Background: Solid-liquid extractions are common in everyday life and are important in a chemistry laboratory because they involve the separation of an individual compound from mixtures. Using solid-liquid extraction, which separates compounds based on solubility. Trimyristin was isolated from nutmeg using diethyl ether because trimyristin is a nonpolar compound that readily dissolves in diethyl ether, which has a low polarity. To concentrate the solution containing trimyristin distillation was used, which separates compounds based on boiling…

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    The Kola Nut: A Highly Respected Nut In the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe the kola nut is a large part of tradition and respect. The kola nut is highly valued due to the fact that most Nigerian tribes believe that the kola nut tree was the first tree on the earth (Barron 1).The kola nut is used to welcome guests into one’s home. The kola nut is mainly grown in Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Brazil (Onyioha 2). When guests come over to one’s home, the host is to present anywhere…

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    2. Was Kary acting within the scope of her employment as a peanut vendor when she added curry powder to the peanuts she was selling? An employee is acting within the scope of his employment when he is performing tasks or duties for which he has been employed. Williams v. Cmty. Drive-In Theater, Inc., 214 Kan. 359, 364, 520 P.2d 1296, 1300 (1974). If the employee is performing tasks that are reasonably related to the purpose of their employment, this is indicative to the scope of employment. The…

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    marjoram, another popular ingredient. Both herbs were used by ancient Greeks with marjoram being considered a symbol of happiness. Garlic is also a popular Greek seasoning ingredient and was used by ancient Greeks as well as the ancient Egyptians before them. Cinnamon and nutmeg originated in Asia but both spices made their way into Europe and eventually…

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    and frugal ingredients, yet has rich and familiar tastes and textures. The hard caramel crust is a pleasant and crunchy contrast to the creamy, subtle nutmeg and vanilla filling. With white beans as a base, an almost custard-like pie is achieved with just two eggs instead of several. 2008_11_12-EntryTart.jpg Bean Brulee Tart Tart Pastry Dough 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 stick butter, cut in 8 pieces 4 tbs. margarine, cut in 4 pieces approximately 4 tbs. ice cold water 1 egg white 1 tbs.…

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    Spice Case Study

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    enjoyable. Among them spices have made our life happier. Though required in small quantities, it has manifold properties and beneficial uses. Spices once hailed as ‘gray gold’ have played an important role in the history of civilization, exploration and commerce. Spices trade is the oldest known trade to man. It was due to spices trade that ancient commercial ties existed between India and the Middle East. There had been a flourishing trade in spices successively between the Indians and the…

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    Refreshing, the Oil is most beneficial to the digestive system, promotes respiratory health, uplifts moods, and most importantly is used as a flavourant in food, bakes and beverages. Additionally, Its medicinal properties also makes it an ingredient in breath fresheners and tooth cleaners, besides being used in the fragrance industry. Nutmeg Oil Spicy sweet with musky wood undertones, Nutmeg Oil is steam distilled from dried kernels of its ripe seeds. Nutmeg Oil boasts of anti inflammatory…

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    BEEF MEATBALLS IN DELICIOUS SAUCE SERVES 4 PREPARATION TIME 15 MINUTES COOKING TIME 25 MINUTES INGREDIENTS 1 lb. ground beef 2 organic eggs 2 tsp. minced garlic SAUCE: 1 tsp. olive oil ½ cup chopped onion ¼ cup chopped tomato 2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce ½ tsp. nutmeg ¼ tsp. salt ½ tsp. pepper ¾ cup low sodium beef broth INSTRUCTIONS 1. Preheat an oven to 250°F then coat a casserole dish with cooking spray. 2. Combine ground beef with eggs and minced garlic then shape into small balls…

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    Gateau Au Beurre

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    My favorite family recipe is called Gateau Au Beurre it is a Haitian cake recipe; to make this delicious, mouth water dessert you will need. 2 Cups of All-purpose flour, 1 1/2 cups of sugar, 3 large eggs, 2 sticks of butter, 3 teaspoon of baking powder, 2 teaspoon of dark rum (Barbancourt), 2 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon of lime zest, 1 teaspoon of nutmeg, and finally 2 teaspoon of salt. The first step in this process is to take the 2 cups of flour you placed out and pass it through a…

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    of extra virgin olive oil, I am able to shape the dough into one large ball, and afterwards I cover the bowl with ceramic wrap. Once the meat has finished cooking, my dad grates a cup of Asiago cheese that has been aged for at least six months, which enhances its sharp flavor. The ground sirloin, Asiago cheese, a cup of regular bread crumbs, an egg, and salt and pepper to taste are all added into a bowl, but the filling is not complete without the most important ingredient: nutmeg. Two teaspoons…

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