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What is the difference between chilling and freezing?

 What is the difference between chilling and freezing? Chilling: Chilling is a processing technique in which the temperature of a food is reduced and kept in temperature between -1 to 8 ℃. Freezing: A slow temperature drop occurs as ice crystals form within the food, freezing delays spoilage and keeps foods safe by preventing microorganisms from enzyme activity (-18℃). Chilling: Chilling simply means reducing the temperature at above freezing & below 15℃. Freezing: Freezing simply means cooling below it's freezing point. Chilling: It is used to reduce the rate of biochemical & microbiological changes hence to extend shelf life ( reduce growth but alive ). Freezing: Freezing causes death of 10% to 60% of the microbe population. Chilling: It causes minimal changes to sensory characteristics & nutritional properties of food. Freezing: It loss texture during freezing ice-crystals forms which cause adjacent cell walls to rupture, negligible chances to pigments flavor, &

Cooking Oils Smoking Point & Use.

 Cooking Oils Smoking Point & Use. Some fats & oils aren't suitable for deep frying. They frying. They includes vegetables oils that are high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as: Corn oil Safflower oil Rice bran oil Sunflower oil Sesame oil Soybean oil Grape seed oil Canola oil Cotton seed oil Using these oil for deep frying can result in large amount of oxidized fatty acid & harmful compounds. Avocado oil refined :  🔥520 ℃ High-temperature grilling, baking, sautéing, stir-frying, roasting, frying. Avocado oil unrefined virgin : 🔥480℃ Grilling, baking, sautéing, stir-frying, roasting, frying, searing. Sesame oil : 🔥350 ℃- 🔥400 ℃ Stir-frying, sautéing, for added flavor as a condiments.                                         Coconut oil refined :                                                                   🔥  450 ℃ High-temperature roasting, sautéing. Coconut oil unrefined virgin : 🔥350℃. Low-temperature baking & sautéing. Peanut oil refined : 🔥450 ℃.

Fermentation VS Rotting. What's the difference ?

Fermentation VS Rotting. What's the difference ? Fermentation : Food fermentation is defined as it is a conversion of sugar and other carbohydrates into alcohol or organic acid & carbon dioxide.  OR Fermentation refers to the metabolic process by which normal glucose or organic molecules converted into the alcohol, acid or gases in absence of oxygen. OR Fermentation is a controlled biological reaction by yeast which digests sugar & starch and outputs alcohol, carbon dioxide and vinegar. Rotting: Rotting is defined as it is uncontrolled process of decay caused by bacteria or fungal action.   Fermentation : Increase the shelf life of food. Fermentation is a biological reaction caused by yeast. Fermentation is a controlled process with beneficial organisms. Fermentation foods are a type of preservation of food that prevents spoilage from happening. Rotting : Rotting in fact kills the food. Rot is decay caused by bacterial action and not yeast. Rotting is all spoilage bacteria

What is 5S System? 5S Methodology .

 What is 5S System? 5S Methodology . 5S System is the practice to develop positive attitude among workers and cultivates an environment of efficiency, effectiveness and economy. 5s System is a responsibility of all not only of a concern person. 5S is a small group activity as part of the organization.   5S System : What:  The 5s method applies standard housekeeping practices in the workplace. It help improve efficiency by eliminating waste, improving flow and reducing the number of processes where possible. A visual workplace system that promotes safety, efficiency and teamwork. Where: Office Food Manufacturing Healthcare System Everywhere. 5S System: ( Japanese word ) & ( English ). 1S :  Seiri / Sort :  2S :  Seiton / Set in order : 3S :  Seiso / Shine : 4S :  Seiketsu / Standardize : 5S :  Shitsuku / Sustain : 5S Organization Cleanliness: Sort : Eliminate or Remove what is not needed & keep what is needed. Set in order : Arrange essential items in order for easy access. Shin

KitKat V Coming Soon...( KitKat Vegan) 2021.

 KitKat V Coming Soon...( KitKat Vegan) 2021. Nestlé in 2021 brings a good news for the all plant based fans around the world by introducing the new version of KitKat vegan. Vegan meaning: Vegan diet is defines as it is a type of vegetarian diet base on wide variety of whole plant foods but vegan diet exclude animal and their by products known as a "vegan". Ex: Fruits, Vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, oilseeds. Vegan excludes :Sugar, Alcohol, Honey, Fig, Milk etc.  Nestlé chocolate experts from confectionary research & development center in York, UK worked hard to make a vegan version that would live up tp the high expectations of KitKat lovers everywhere in the world. Nestlé open up the new way for vegan lovers by bringing vegan KitKat chocolate.  The new vegan KitKat called "KitKat V" with the delicious plant-based option nestle delivers the perfect balance between crispy wafers and smooth chocolate that definitely attracts fans. "KitKat V product

RTE ( Ready-To-Eat ).

RTE ( Ready-To-Eat ).  RTE :   Ready-To-Eat foods are those food products which is in the edible form without additional preparation by the food service or it's in the consumed form known as a ready-to-eat food.  RTE should be in edible form without any additional preparation steps. It is a group of food products that are pre-cooked, mostly packed & ready for consumption without prior cooking. RTE (Ready-To-Eat) foods rely on acidic conditions to inhibit the growth of pathogens. Ex: Hot dog, Luncheon meats, Dry sausage, Fermented sausage, Desserts, Salad etc. L. manocytogenes, Salmonella, E. coli, C. botulinum etc. Bacteria can survive & grow under the acidic conditions. The low acidic food range is pH>4.5 (UK) pH>4.6 (USA). Low acid food can allow growth of C. botulinum. In canned food "Botulinum Cook" process is given for low acid foods that means heat treatment given at 121 ℃ for 3 minutes to control C. botulinum.  Ex: Idli, Dosa, Pav bhaji, Meat produc