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RUTGERS11:709:201Barbara TangelFall

[11:709:201] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 47 pages long Study Guide!

OC68949147 Page
29 Nov 2016
5
What is food: most foods consumed by humans are agricultural products. Influenced by what"s available (seasonal, cost, staple, inventory), economics, I
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RUTGERS11:709:201B TangelFall

11:709:201 Study Guide - Final Guide: High Fructose Corn Syrup, Filled Milk, Inverted Sugar Syrup

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30 Apr 2018
0
The final exam is cumulative with 70% of questions coming from lectures 19-25 and the remainder (30%) coming from exams 1 and 2 content. The exam will
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RUTGERS11:709:201B TangelFall

11:709:201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hazard Analysis And Critical Control Points

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30 Apr 2018
0
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RUTGERS11:709:201B TangelFall

11:709:201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gluten, Elastin, Legume

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30 Apr 2018
0
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RUTGERS11:709:201TangelSpring

11:709:201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Leavening Agent, Starch Gelatinization, Sodium Bicarbonate

OC4934234 Page
12 Jul 2015
47
Conduction: direct transfer of heat from one substance to another that it is. Gluten formation technique, factors which affect formation: glutenin + gl
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RUTGERS11:709:201TangelSpring

11:709:201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Foodborne Illness, Sensory Analysis, Caramelization

OC4934233 Page
12 Jul 2015
51
11:709:201 intro foods & nutrition: learn the following definitions: Consistency: texture; employs sense of touch: brittleness, chewiness, viscosity or
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RUTGERS11:709:201AllSpring

Nutrition Exam 1 Study Guide (got best grade in class)

OC26826014 Page
25 Sep 2014
17
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