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Lesson_11_ Outline_processing - B. Cryogenic freezing is a...

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1. What is food processing? 2. Give some examples of processed foods: 3. Why process foods? 4. Refrigeration – defined, basic principle and rules 5. Freezing 6. Freezing Graph 7. Changes During Freezing 8. Rate of Freezing 9. Cryogenic Freezing 1
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10. Freezer Burn Quiz Which one of the following statements is true? A. Freezing kills all bacteria that a food may contain B. It’s unsafe to refreeze food that you have thawed C. It doesn’t matter how much food you freeze at any one time D. It’s safe to eat meat with freezer burn Which one of the following statements is true of cryogenic freezing? A. Cryogenic freezing uses liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon monoxide
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Unformatted text preview: B. Cryogenic freezing is a very rapid method of freezing food C. Cryogenic freezing is used extensively for freezing fruits and vegetables D. Cryogenic freezing employs temperatures of -20F Which of the following frozen fruit items is most popular? A. Blueberries B. Cherries C. Raspberries D. Strawberries Which of the following frozen vegetables is the most popular with U.S. consumers? A. Broccoli B. Green beans C. Potatoes D. Sweet corn 11. Maintaining Quality of Frozen Foods 2...
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