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FOOD SCIENCE 4010--Lecture 15 Evaporation and distillation PRINCIPLES: Beverages are foods consumed in the liquid state. Americans consume more carbonated beverages than tap water. Alcoholic beverages differ in ethanol content, fermentation substrate and method. Evaporation removes liquids in beverages by boiling. Distillation separates liquid components by boiling temperatures. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS: 1. How are heat and mass balances used to calculate the degree of concentration of a
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Unformatted text preview: fruit juice? 2. How do forced circulation evaporators work? What beverages are best suited for these evaporators? 3. Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of forward feed and parallel arrangements in multiple effect evaporators. What beverages are best suited for each type? 4. What does a spinning cone column do? On what products is it used? 5. How does evaporation and distillation affect the flavor and aroma of beverages?...
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