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U OF GHTM 2700Alison CrerarWinter

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Foodborne Illness, Microorganism, Food Microbiology

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23 Oct 2016
8
Week 1 lecture 3 friday, january 15, 2016. Carrier: someone who does not show any noticeable signs of being sick, but carries microorganisms that can b
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U OF GHTM 2700Val AllenWinter

Meat 1 & 2

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4 Dec 2011
45
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U OF GHTM 2700Alison DuncanFall

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Buttermilk, Thickening Agent, Sodium Bicarbonate

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8 Dec 2015
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It is not acceptable to substitute liquid vegetable oil for shortening in a tea biscuit recipe because of the negative effect on flakiness. Note: descr
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U OF GHTM 2700Valerie AllenFall

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Hemicellulose, Diarrhea, Celeriac

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15 Apr 2014
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U OF GHTM 2700Val AllenWinter

Muffin & Tea Biscuits

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4 Dec 2011
33
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U OF GHTM 2700Val AllenFall

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Xu, X Window System, List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach

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21 Nov 2011
33
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U OF GHTM 2700Alison CrerarFall

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Plant Cell, Compote, Pectin

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17 May 2016
17
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U OF GHTM 2700Val AllenWinter

Cakes

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4 Dec 2011
39
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U OF GHTM 2700Val AllenFall

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Myocyte, Grilling, Braising

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21 Jul 2015
41
Meat laboratory report: explain why dry heat cooking methods could be used for the baked chicken (product ii, Explain how excess moisture loss and toug
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U OF GHTM 2700VellenWinter

HTM2700 Lecture 1: HTM_2700 Note Final Copy.pdf

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9 Feb 2015
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U OF GHTM 2700Alison CrerarWinter

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Foodborne Illness, Tetraodontidae, Soy Protein

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30 Jan 2016
28
Any illness caused by the consumption of contaminated foods. Foods are contaminated by microorganisms, chemicals or other foreign material. Microorgani
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U OF GHTM 2700Alison CrerarWinter

HTM 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Isoelectric Point, Casein, Peptide

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23 Oct 2016
5
Week 7 lecture 19 monday, february 29, 2016. The point where the amino acid no longer has an electrical charge. The like charges of the protein are no
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