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Chocolate will bloom or change appearance if stored

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Chocolate will bloom or change appearance if stored incorrectly or if handled in a warm roomAtmosphere - smells such as smoke or other food aromas can be absorbed if the items are notstored properlyLight - Desserts can lose colour in bright lightsPackaging - airtight containers and silica gel keep tuiles crispVentilation - airflow is important to keep frozen desserts at optimum flavourPastries and desserts very easily absorb other flavours and therefore need to be stored separately fromother food items. In most kitchens the dessert section is separated from the main kitchen for this reason.Freshly baked yeast goods should be stored on racks to prevent them from sweating or sticking to thebase. They can be stored at a moderate room temperature but need to be sold on the day of baking as theproductdeterioratesandbecomesstale.Cakes can have a longer shelf life. With a cream gateau, you may want to cut it in half before dressing itandfreezeonehalfforlateruse.Other sweets need to be stored in the fridge or coolroom separated from other foods, particularly strongsmelling items. This also applies to display cabinets used for customers. You need to check the ventilationtomakesurethatitdoesnotdrawinunpleasantodours.Ensure that you label product correctly and use the FIFO (First In, First Out) principle.SIT Version 118of18©Futura Group 2016
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Fall
Professor
Slyman Rivero
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ice cream, Cr me Br l e

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