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    It was my fourth attempt at making banana bread. The first attempt, it looked amazing, but crumbled into pieces as soon as I cut a slice. It was too dry because there was too much dry ingredients and less wet ingredients. The second attempt, it tasted like literal white bread. The texture was still dry but lacked sweetness because the bananas weren’t ripe enough and the sugar wasn’t enough. The third attempt, it looked like the flatbread sandwich from Panera. The sweetness was just right but didn’t rise enough and was still dry because all purpose didn’t have enough rising power. It seemed easy enough, mix the eggs, flour, sugar, butter, and bananas, then bake at 350F for one hour. It wasn’t like I needed to memorize the chemistry table of…

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    Banana Trade Lessons

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    “This shit is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s!” I will always remember how Gwen Stephani’s catchy tune “Hollaback Girl” finally taught me how to spell bananas. To this day I still have to sing the song to get it right, but hey, at least I learned. Learning is an essential part of life; an unknown source said it best, “if we cease to learn, we die.” This quote holds true, in that learning is imperative, as it presents us with information that can be useful when making difficult decisions. Yet, I have…

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    yourself about the ripening process in these fruits that are sometimes considered vegetables by many. Ripening is not an easy process in tomatoes, making it difficult to predict exactly how long it will take a mature green tomato to ripen or turn red. But generally, ordinary tomatoes take between 20 and 30 days from blossom set to reach maturity. From maturity, they take another 20 to 30 days to ripen (to begin to change color from green…

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    Sa Costera Cheese

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    Costera” is and has been the largest producer of cheeses in the Goceano region, along with its 500 partners. The cheese dairy utilizes the latest technology and complies with all European regulations related to hygiene, milk processing and the ripening and maturing of cheese. The company produces a wide range of cheeses and cheese derivatives that satisfies the demand of all their customers. Pecorino Romano DOP ( Designated Protected Origin) Pecorino Romano is one of the few cheeses in the…

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    Preservative can help food last longer without contaminating it with food borne illnesses. Being designed to slow down the ripening process, it allows food to last longer, so the minimizing of food being thrown out for going bad. Regardless of the purpose, preservatives can cause several serious health risks, such as cancer. Preservatives used to stabilize certain cosmetics and/or foods contains fat that can cause tumors in the brains. Nitrosames (R1N(-R2)-N=O), including nitrates and nitrites,…

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    Five Food Innovations

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    Irradiation is similar to the same way that sunlight might pass through a window or over a transparent or opaque surface. Irradiation is often referred to as cold pasteurization because it uses no heat what so ever to destroy the disease causing bacteria and other harmful organisms. An upside to irradiation is that it extends the freshness of food by slowing down the enzymes and preventing it from ripening as fast. Irradiation also helps keep the food safer and helps the food retain its…

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    In “Kitchenette Building”, Brooks uses visual imagery and olfactory imagery to establish and communicate the sense of hopelessness. In the first line it reads, “We are things of dry hours and the involuntary plan…”(1). Involuntary is something that one cannot control, when Brooks says involuntary she may be referring to her life as an involuntary plan, or maybe she is just referring to living in the kitchenette building as the involuntary plan. The first line establishes the mood of the poem…

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    Capstone Project Summary

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    Capstone Project Summary Acme Produce was established in California's Central Valley, an agricultural epicenter for the state, in the spring of 1950. The organization has been family owned and operated scene inception. Currently Acme Produce provides several services to local farmers and grocers including produce preservation utilizing bleeding edge technology to slow the ripening process, allowing produce to be stored longer and shipped further. Acme Produce also provides a counter part to the…

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    That is how Wagoner is able to weave the phrases about a heartbeat and music of the spheres together into a smooth metaphor demonstrating the enlightenment of the main subject in being able to be a part of the skies above. Although many metaphors within the poem as a whole, the last one that made an impression on the theme that I have taken from this poem would be the line “clusters of ripening stars.” Here, Wagoner has likened the stars to fruit, using the adjective “ripening” a word most often…

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    's milk by the Laplanders. Sheep 's milk and goat 's milk are still widely used, but cow 's milk is most common” (par. 1). According to “Cheese” “The milk may be raw or pasteurized, sweet or sour, whole, skimmed, or with cream added.” (par. 1). Microbiology and Chemistry play a big role in the production of cheese. There are three steps. Those steps are curdling, curd processing, and ripening. Curdling means to cause the cheese to separate into lumps or parts. Curd processing goes along with the…

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