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Salt Cooking

Definition and mechanism - positive and negative aspects Salt cooking is an ancient process to associate with the heat treatment in the oven. It is a variant of cooking in foil (or bag), and uses the same principle as vacuum boiling. Salt cooking is mainly applied to fish and shellfish, but there are also various pieces of meat and some vegetables

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Wheat cultivation - wheat - Triticum and flour production

What is wheat flour? Flour and semolina (or semolina) are flours obtained by processing seeds obtained through the wheat production cycle. ... signs of etymology ... Wheat - in Latin frumentum , from the verb fruor , which means to enjoy or enjoy; Triticum - always from the Latin, from the verb tero , which means threshing - crushing - chopping
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Salt Cooking

Definition and mechanism - positive and negative aspects Salt cooking is an ancient process to associate with the heat treatment in the oven. It is a variant of cooking in foil (or bag), and uses the same principle as vacuum boiling. Salt cooking is mainly applied to fish and shellfish, but there are also various pieces of meat and some vegetables
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Water hardness

Water in ... "and for" ... the human body - Total Body Water (TBW) Water is the fundamental element for the life of the human being and in general of all living organisms. In our body the water content varies according to different parameters: constitution, age and sex; in the newborn, body water (Total Body Water - TBW) reaches 75% of the total mass while in the adult it is around 60%
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Mother Yeast

Generality The mother yeast is a leavening agent for bakery products, INDISPENSABLE to the packaging of many traditional foods. Other synonyms for sourdough are: sourdough, sourdough and natural yeast. In recent years, the use of sourdough has been reduced considerably, due to the technological advent of food and the availability of brewer's yeast
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Microwave Oven - Microwave Cooking

Generality The microwave oven - or more simply "microwave" - ​​is a kitchen appliance that heats and cooks food through exposure to electromagnetic radiation. These radiations cause the polar molecules of food to rotate billions of times per second and to collide with each other, producing thermal energy; this process is known as "dielectric heating". Mi
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Anti-stress diet - Conclusions

Edited by Ivan Mercolini Short closing parenthesis Protein sources should be rotated daily, therefore the ricotta will be alternated with chicken or turkey breast, ham, cod, mackerel, egg white, etc. As well as bread and rice will be alternated with pasta, etc. Ivan Mercolini> - Article author - I recommend consulting with a live professional before proceeding to radically modify your Vs
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Coffee Races

Coffee competitions are held more or less all over the world, with local, national and finally international competitions. In Europe, the body most involved in this sector is undoubtedly the "Specialty Coffee Association of Europe". Also known as SCAE, the "Specialty Coffee Association of Europe" was founded in 1998 and was the first association to develop the concept of "World Barista Championship"
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Eleven Hamburgers in Three Minutes: Is It Possible?

How many hamburgers could you eat in three minutes? Good question ... you should try it! That's exactly what the Japanese Takeru Kobayashi did, who managed to eat 11 hamburgers in just three minutes! The performance did not go unnoticed and on June 5, 2013 it became a new Guinness World Record (GWR)
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Linolenic acid

Generality In the articles on essential fatty acids of the omega six and omega three series, one often encounters the generic term linolenic acid . In reality, when it comes to linolenic acid it is very important to specify if it is: Alpha linolenic acid , an omega three contained in fish and some vegetable oils, in particular in canola, hemp, soy, walnut, sage, kiwi and flax oil Gamma linolenic acid , an omega six contained in some vegetable oils, in particular in blackcurrant oil and borage oil In fact, both the chemical structure and the metabolic role of the two fatty acids in the body are
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Yoghurt and fermented milks

Acid and acid-alcohol milks Fermented milks and yoghurt are considered "SPECIAL LATTEE PREPARATIONS" (RD 1929). All the products obtained by coagulation, without serum subtraction, are included in the category due to the exclusive action of characteristic microorganisms, which must remain alive and vital until they are consumed
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