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Forming bread, rolls, baguettes, croissants

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Fats and Oils - Coconut Oil

Coconut palms. Cocos nucifera L, traditionally grows in the coastal regions of Asia and the Pacific Islands within 20 ° of the northern and southern latitudes.The origin of the coconut palm is unknown, the most popular theory is that coconuts were brought by sea currents and washed ashore where they sprouted . Coconuts require a growth temperature of 24-30 ° C, no less than 20 ° C, [...]

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Fats and Oils - Palm Oil

Palm oil The main oil palm. Elaesis guineensis, which originates from West Africa, is distributed in most of the tropical and subtropical zones, but especially widely - in Malaysia and Indonesia. It grows particularly magnificent Table 1.17. Composition of olive oil and its physical properties Characteristic Typical value Vibration range Relative density at f oil 25 “C - From [...]

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Fats and Oils - Olive Oil

Olive oil The olive tree, Olca europea L., is capable of growing for several hundred years; it grows wildly in temperate and tropical climates. Although its origin is unknown, it was probably originally grown in ancient Iran and Turkestan, then spread west of Anatolia, Syria and Israel. During archaeological excavations in Israel, the remains of an olive tree relating to [...]

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Beskrahmalnaya casting fondant candy shells

Forming candy liquor cases Candy liquor cases consist of a crystalline sugar shell, inside of which there is a saturated sugar-alcohol solution with other additives. Three main types of liquor masses are distinguished: wine liquors, prepared with the addition of alcohol and wines; dairy with the addition of milk and fruit with the addition of fruit puree. These sweets are produced in limited quantities due to the complexity and duration of the manufacturing process. IN […]

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Features candy molding masses from dairy

According to the structure of the case, milk sweets can be divided into several groups. The first group includes sweets with a partially or fully crystallized body. They are molded by casting milk into starch. This group includes candies "Start", "Record", etc. The second group includes candies, the surface of which is a solid crystallized crust, and the inner layers are liquid and stretching, [...]

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Dairy produce candy masses

Dairy sweets include Start, Record, Creamy Toffee, Cow, Thumbelina, etc. They are made from milk masses, which, unlike milk lipstick, do not contain a solid crystalline phase. The composition of the dairy mass includes a lot of milk and molasses. These raw material components determine not only the taste and aroma of milk sweets, but also their consistency and [...]

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Fats and Oils - Rapeseed Oil (Canola) 1

Canola is a registered trademark of the Canadian organization Canola Council of Canada for genetically modified grain, oil and oilcake derived from rapeseed, Brassica napus and Brassica campestris. Rapeseed is one of the oldest known vegetable oils, but its use in food has been limited due to the high levels of eruca fatty acid (C22: |) and glucosinolates. Oil rich in eruca [...]

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Fats and Oils - Safflower Oil

Safflower, Carthamus tmctorius, is one of the oldest crops. It is believed that this species came from Southeast Asia, but has long been grown in China, the Middle East and North Africa. Safflower was brought to the United States by immigrants from Spain and Portugal. Until recently, the history of safflower was almost entirely connected with the use of its flowers, from which dye was extracted [...]

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Fats and Oils - Sunflower Oil

North American Indians could domesticate sunflower plants earlier than corn. Archaeologists and historians have found evidence that the Indians used sunflower seeds as a treatment for cuts, bruises, and snake bites, grinded them for flour, bread, and cereal, and extracted pigments to color baskets and other items. Spanish researchers brought sunflower to Europe in [...]