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Gender-based selection was also noted in a study by Pela (1989). He reported that smoking cannabis was an essentially male phenomenon for Nigerian students in the 1960s and 1970s, whereas in the 1980s, perhaps reflecting a changing view of female education, use of cannabis by women was increasing, although taken usually by the oral route, e.g. the herb in soups and the oil in fizzy drinks. Studies of usage in other African countries may be found in Asuni and Pela (1986).
There is a group of wet foodstuffs for which the tinplate surface does not need any further protection as long as the product is correctly packed in the appropriate specification of packaging and an appropriate shelf life is determined. For these foodstuffs such as tomatoes, tomato-based products, white fruits, some soups and certain vegetables (potatoes, carrots, mushrooms), the electrochemistry ensures that the tin on the tinplate surface is preferentially dissolved and that the iron in the steel substrate is protected even where it may be exposed by scratches, etc. The rate at which the tin is dissolved is controlled by the availability of oxidising species in the foodstuffs and by the packaging material selection (chromium passivation and tin coating weight). The major sources of oxidants are residual oxygen in the pack which is controlled by good canning practice, and contaminants in the foodstuff such as nitrates or chlorates which are controlled by proper selection of the food...
Canned foods greatly improved the health of sailors on long voyages and allowed explorers to investigate remote areas of the world. For example, when English explorer John Franklin's (1786-1847) expedition set out in 1845 to find a Northwest Passage from Europe to Asia through North America's Arctic Ocean, it carried thousands of cans of meat, vegetables, and soup as part of its food supplies. Franklin and all of his crew died during the In the late eighteenth century, other methods for preserving foods, such as canning, developed in France during the reign of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), who wanted better ways to store food for the army. French inventor Nicholas Appert (17411841) was the first person to successfully preserve heated food in airtight jars. In 1804, he opened the world's first canning factory in Massy, France. At the time, people did not understand that high temperatures kill microorganisms and that airtight containers keep live microorganisms out of the food. It was...
Rice noodles and vegetables get a fine aroma when cooked in herb liquids. The liquid is prepared by simmering herbs in water. If you prepare a herb drink, for example basil tea, brewing time is at least half an hour. Two and a half centiliters of boiling water is poured on two tablespoons of fresh basil or on one tablespoon of dried basil. You can also season noodles and rice, omelets and soups with sweet basil. Turtle soup, oxtail soup, and the French soup paysanne contain basil as an essential ingredient. Basil goes well also with cheese and cheese dishes. Basil, like other herbs, can be used in preparing a variety of foods. Law (1975) has written a book on the use of herbs in cooking with recipes for sandwiches, omelets, soups, biscuits, salads and how to use herbs in garnishing meat, fish and poultry. Basil is one of the more than 40 herbs listed.
An 83-year-old woman presents to the ER the afternoon of Thanksgiving complaining of severe abdominal pain. She states it was at first cramping around her navel but has now radiated to the rest of her abdomen. She also complains of some vomiting and bloody diarrhea. About 1 hour before the pain started, she had a large traditional holiday meal. She states she generally only eats about half a sandwich and some soup at meals. She denies any earlier history of similar pain. Her past medical history is significant for coronary artery disease, for which she has had a stent placed in the past. She is only taking medicines related to her heart condition. She denies any alcohol, drug, or tobacco use. Her review of systems is positive for soreness in her legs while walking and occasional chest pain on exertion. On exam, you find an elderly woman in great distress. She is pale and tachycardic. Examining her abdomen, you hear decreased bowel sounds. On palpitation, her abdomen is rigid with...
Smith rises at about 7 a.m., has coffee and breakfast with his wife, reads the newspaper, and then moves to the living room to watch the morning news. He indicated that he usually reads the classified section closely for job opportunities, circling the positions he may be interested in. However, after moving into the living room, he reports doing everything he can to avoid having to go out and seek employment. Sometimes he watches television, but he reports being too pent up to sit around too long, so he goes out to the garage or into his backyard and putters around. He usually makes himself a sandwich or a bowl of soup for lunch and then continues his puttering. At about 5 30 p.m., his wife returns home from her job as an administrator at a local nonprofit corporation. Occasionally, she reminds him of his plans to get a new job, but Mr. Smith indicated that he usually responds with irritation ( It's like I try to bite her head off ) and then she...
Dressings and stuffings, which are used to add to the flavor of the basic foodstuff, need more herbs and or spices than soups, which are eaten as such. A mild-tasting steamed fish is not flavored as strongly as a strong meat stew, and a cold dish always needs more spices or herbs than a warm dish, and a frozen one the most. A pinch of salt or sugar may enhance the flavor of the herb.
Functional properties denote characteristics that govern the behavior of a food component during processing, storage, and preparation. Functionality in a broad sense is any property of the food component, other than its nutritional value, that affects its utilization (Matil 1971 Pomeranz 1991). Starches are used as thickening agents (sauces, cream soups, pie fillings), colloidal stabilizers (salad dressings), moisture retainers (cake toppings), gel-forming agents (gum confections), binders (wafers, ice cream cones), and coating and glazing agents (nut meats, candies). The functionality of starch in various foods is dependent on its physico-chemical properties.
In most cases, mixing preprocessed cereal flours belongs to the last two levels, but sometimes other ingredients or materials with specific functionality, such as sugars, yeasts, and flavors, are also required to make final desirable food products. It is necessary to ensure that final powder mixtures are homogeneous because of nutritional, product quality control, and processing design considerations. In addition, consumers expect all containers of such mixed food products as soups, breakfast cereals, and fruit to have the same amount of each ingredient (47).
In the food industry, ground spice is essential for flavouring baked products, such as cakes, buns, biscuits, cookies, steamed puddings, pies, candies, chewing gum and desserts. Cinnamon is also added to marinades, beverages and ice creams. In Spain and Mexico, powdered cinnamon is a constituent of chocolate preparations. It is also used, along with other spices, in pickles, sauces, soups, confectionaries and canned fruits, such as Dutch pears or stewed rhubarb.
EMCs are used to provide a cheese flavour note to a wide range of products including processed and analogue cheese, cheese powders, soups, sauces, dips, crackers, salad dressings and in coatings for snack foods. The flavour profile of EMCs may be quite different from that of cheese (indeed many are quite bitter) but when added in low levels to a relatively bland base, they provide the desired cheesy note to the finished product. EMCs have approximately 15-30 times the
When an SD is presented, the probability of response increases when an SA is presented, the probability of response decreases. The stimuli that commonly control human behavior occur across all sensory dimensions. Stopping when you hear a police siren, coming to dinner when you smell food, expressing gratitude following a pat on the back, elaborating an answer because the student looks puzzled, and adding salt to your soup because it tastes bland are instances of stimulus control in human behavior.
The cannabis plant has formed part of the culture and folklore of several eastern european countries for centuries. This may be because eastern europeans have been more reliant on the plant than those from the west, and cannabis has also had a longer history of association with the east. In the Ukraine, for example, cannabis harvested on St John's Eve was thought to deter evil actions (Richardson, 1988). Slavs from the south of Europe believed that the appearance of cannabis on a wedding day foretold future marital harmony and contentment. Consequently, cannabis seeds were thrown after the ceremony, and the bride was encouraged to brush the walls of her house with the plant. In Poland, the hemp dance was performed on Shrove Tuesday. Sometimes the seeds were eaten on special occasions. In Poland and Lithuania, cannabis seed soup has traditionally been prepared on Christmas Eve, and in Latvia and the Ukraine the seed is eaten on Three Kings' Day.
Which of the following is a prediction of the hypothesis Eating chicken noodle soup is an effective treatment for colds a. People who eat chicken noodle soup have shorter colds than people who do not eat chicken noodle soup. b. People who do not eat chicken noodle soup experience unusually long and severe colds. c. Cold viruses cannot live in chicken noodle soup. d. People who eat chicken noodle soup feel healthier than people who do not eat chicken noodle soup. e. Consuming chicken noodle soup causes people to sneeze.
The emerging theme that we have tried to emphasize in this chapter is that the centrosome is more than just a microtubule organizing center, playing a vital role in controlling cell cycle transitions in both mitosis and interphase. We have attempted to show how the centrosome might facilitate cell cycle transitions by acting as a multivalent signaling platform that ensures switches required to trigger the next phase of the cell cycle are flipped in an efficient and irreversible manner. In essence, we are proposing that the centrosome performs a scaffolding function for integrating, regulating and amplifying signaling pathways that control cell cycle transitions. At the molecular level, this means that the primary function of some, and maybe many, of the large coiled-coil proteins that inhabit the centrosome, is to provide binding surfaces for regulatory enzymes. Indeed, scaffold proteins have taken on great importance in understanding how signaling pathways such as the MAPK pathways...
While analyzing samples in the STAT lab, the technologist noted a creamy tomato soup appearance of a heparinized whole blood specimen. The specimen was accompanied by a requisition for electrolyte analysis from the emergency department. The results of laboratory testing are listed below.
Millions of children in Europe and North America have body lead levels high enough to impair intellectual development and produce other adverse health effects.14 Lead is distributed throughout the environment and makes its way into food through contaminated soil and water. Mainly due to the elimination of lead solder on food cans and the reduction in lead from automobile exhaust, levels of lead in foods today are 90 lower than 20 years ago. However, tainted food and drink continue to be sources of lead. Dishware is a potential source small amounts of lead can leach from the glazes and decorative paints on ceramic ware, lead crystal, pewter, and silver-plated holloware. Acidic liquids such as coffee, fruit juices, and tomato soup have a greater tendency to cause leaching of lead. A common source of lead exposure is lead-based paint. Most house paints used in the past were very high in lead - those used before 1940 contain up to 50 lead. Children may ingest lead by
Although for most people sodium in the diet plays only a minor role in determining blood pressure, some individuals are very sensitive to sodium in the diet. Individuals with a family history of hypertension or who are older than 55 years are most likely to be sodium sensitive.22 In about one-third of cases of hypertension, blood pressure can be significantly lowered by limiting sodium intake, most of which comes from salt added to processed foods, such as bread, cheese, canned soups and salty snacks.
Ocimum suave is known under the names Chemwoken (Pokot), Mukandu (Kamba), Makanda kandu (Meru), Yoiyoiya Chesimia (Marakwet), Mkandu (Kikuyu), Sivai (Kipsigis) and Sunoni (Masai). The leaves are rubbed between palms and sniffed to treat a blocked nose and cough. The Meru prepare an infusion of the leaves for flu. Chewed leaves treat toothache, the juice is an anthelmintic in small children and roots boiled in soup treats chestache. It may be burnt at night to drive away insects (Githinji and Kokwaro 1993). In Tanzania O.suave have been claimed to have various medicinal activities, and extracts of the plant are used for treating coughs, eye and ear complaints, and abdominal pains (Chogo and Crank 1981).
Many sauces used to enhance entrees and side-dish food products contain basil Pesto is one of the most popular, and its basic ingredients are garlic, basil, and olive oil. It is used with pasta dishes, soups, dips etc. Pesto originates from Genoa, Italy. It can be prepared in home cooking, but it is also commercially available in different varieties, and it is especially popular in Mediterranean countries (Dziezak 1991, Anon 1984a, Anon 1981). Due to its herb ingredients pesto is shelf stable and is thus said to be unique (Ranch 1990). Cookbooks contain many recipes for basil-containing dressings and sauces, including basil honey, basil yogurt, basil tomato, basil vinaigrette, basil mustard, basil anchovies, and basil Parmesan sauce.