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Dimensions of food

Author: Vickie Vaclavik; Marjorie M Devine; Marcia Pimentel
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2010.
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Much like its popular predecessors, the seventh edition of Dimensions of Food encourages readers to become interactive participants in understanding the physical, chemical, and functional and structural properties of food components, including the connection between conscientious food preparation and palatability and wholesome eating.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Laboratory manuals
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Vaclavik, Vickie.
Dimensions of food.
Boca Raton : CRC Press, ©2010
(DLC) 2009032043
(OCoLC)424554701
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vickie Vaclavik; Marjorie M Devine; Marcia Pimentel
ISBN: 9781439882023 1439882029
OCLC Number: 1030993181
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: <P><STRONG>DIMENSIONS OF FOOD</STRONG><BR>A. Economic Dimensions <BR>Exercise 1: Factors Influencing the Cost of Food <BR>A. Quality of Product-Comparing Store and National Brands <BR>B. Caloric and Price Differences of Various Product Formulations <BR>C. The Cost of Convenience Foods-Ready-to-Eat Products, Packaged Mixes <BR>D. Comparing Price per Serving of Various Forms of a Food <BR>E. Cost Comparison of Food, As Purchased (A.P.) and Edible Portion (E.P.) <BR>Exercise 2: Labels as Guides in Food Purchasing <BR>Exercise 3: "Health" Food <BR>Exercise 4: Planned-Over Foods <BR>Summary Questions-Economic Dimensions </P><P><BR><STRONG>B. Nutritional Dimensions</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Determining Serving Size <BR>Exercise 2: Factors Affecting Caloric Value of Foods <BR>Exercise 3: Nutrient Contributions of the Food Pyramid <BR>Exercise 4: Evaluation of a Daily Menu <BR>Exercise 5: Labels as Guides to Nutrient Content <BR>A. Nutritive Value and Cost of Fruit-Juice Products <BR>B. Carbohydrate Label Information <BR>C. Nutritive Value and Cost of Cereal Products <BR>D. Health Claims Allowed on Labels <BR>E. Food Allergies <BR>Summary Questions-Nutritional Dimensions </P><P><BR><STRONG>C. Palatability Dimensions <BR></STRONG>Exercise 1: Identifying Sensory Properties of Food <BR>Exercise 2: Sensory Evaluation Tests <BR>Exercise 3: Evaluating Sensory Properties in Foods <BR>Exercise 4: Evaluating Food Products Marketed for Use with Food Allergies <BR>Exercise 5: Evaluating Personal Preferences <BR>Summary Questions-Palatability Dimensions </P><P><BR><STRONG>D. Chemical Dimensions</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Functions of Food Additives <BR>Exercise 2: Relationship of Additive Use to Degree of Processing <BR>Exercise 3: Evaluation of Snack Foods <BR>Exercise 4: Sodium Content of Foods <BR>Exercise 5: Wheat in Foods <BR>Summary Questions-Chemical Dimensions </P><P><BR><STRONG>E. Sanitary Dimensions</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Factors Affecting the Microbial Safety of Foods <BR>A. Sources of Contamination <BR>B. Conditions Necessary for the Growth of Bacteria <BR>C. Bacterial Growth Curve <BR>Exercise 2: Temperature Control in Food Handling <BR>A. Factors Affecting the Rate of Cooling of Large Quantities of Foods <BR>B. Temperatures for Holding and Reheating Foods <BR>C. Recommended Temperatures for Cooked Food<BR>Exercise 3: Sanitization in the Food Preparation Environment<BR>A. Use of Approved Chemical Sanitizers<BR>B. Sanitization by Immersion<BR>Summary Questions-Sanitary Dimensions </P><P><BR><STRONG>F. Food-Processing Dimensions <BR></STRONG>Exercise 1: Processing Temperatures <BR>Exercise 2: Food Processing, Canning <BR>A. Canning Equipment<BR>B. Canning Acid and Low-Acid Foods <BR>Questions-Canning <BR>Exercise 3: Food Processing, Freezing <BR>A. Freezing Equipment <BR>B. Freezing Fruits and Vegetables <BR>Questions-Freezing<BR>Summary Questions-Dimensions of Food (Part I, A-F)</P><P></P><P><STRONG>FOOD PRINCIPLES</STRONG><BR><STRONG>A. Measurements, Use of Ingredients, Laboratory Techniques, Policies, and Procedures</STRONG><BR>Exercise 1: Demonstration of Measuring and Mixing Techniques<BR>Exercise 2: Measuring Liquids<BR>Exercise 3: Measuring Solids<BR>Exercise 4: Cleanup<BR>Summary Questions-Measurements, Use of Ingredients, and Laboratory Techniques <BR>Lab Policies and Procedures </P><P><BR><STRONG>B. Cereal and Starch</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Separation of Starch Granules <BR>Exercise 2: Properties of Wheat and Cornstarch <BR>Exercise 3: Effect of Sugar and Acid on Gelatinization <BR>Exercise 4: Application of Principles to Starch-Thickened Products <BR>Exercise 5: Preparing Cereal Products <BR>Cereal Recipes <BR>Summary Questions-Cereal and Starch <BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P><BR><STRONG>C. Fruits and Vegetables <BR></STRONG>Exercise 1: Properties of Parenchyma Cells <BR>A. Components of Parenchyma Cell <BR>B. Recrisping Succulents <BR>Exercise 2: Fruits <BR>A. Enzymatic Browning <BR>B. Effect of Sugar on Texture and Flavor of Cooked Fresh Fruit <BR>C. Effect of Sugar on Texture and Flavor of Cooked Dried Fruit <BR>D. Factors Affecting Anthocyanin Pigments <BR>Exercise 3: Cooking Vegetables <BR>A. Effect of pH on Pigments and Texture<BR>B. Effect of Cooking Procedure on Pigments and Flavors<BR>C. Application of Principles to Cooking a Variety of Vegetables<BR>Evaluation of Vegetable Recipes <BR>Nutritive Value of Assigned Recipe(s) <BR>Vegetable Recipes <BR>Uncooked Vegetables and Fruit <BR>Recipe Questions-Fruits and Vegetables<BR>Summary Questions-Fruits and Vegetables<BR>Dietitian's Note</P><P><BR><STRONG>D. Meat, Poultry, and Fish</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Identification of Basic Meat Cuts <BR>Exercise 2: Effect of Dry and Moist Heat on Less Tender (Tough) Cuts of Meat <BR>A. Roasts <BR>B. Meat Patties <BR>Exercise 3: Evaluation of Meat, Poultry, and Fish <BR>Meat, Poultry, and Fish Recipes<BR>Summary Questions-Meat, Poultry, and Fish <BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P><BR><STRONG>E. Plant Proteins <BR></STRONG>Exercise 1: Pretreatment and Cooking Methods for Legumes <BR>A. Pretreatment<BR>B. Cooking Methods <BR>Exercise 2: Combining Plant Proteins <BR>Evaluation of Plant Protein Recipes <BR>Plant Protein Recipes<BR>Summary Questions-Plant Proteins <BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P><BR><STRONG>F. Eggs and Egg Products <BR></STRONG>Exercise 1: Egg Quality <BR>Exercise 2: Coagulation of Egg Protein in Baked and Stirred Custard <BR>Basic Egg Custard-for Baked and Stirred Custard <BR>Exercise 3: Egg White Foams <BR>Exercise 4: Effect of Added Substances on Egg White Foam <BR>Exercise 5: Effect of Cooking Intensity on Egg Protein<BR>Methods of Cooking Eggs<BR>Exercise 6: Characteristics of Cooked Modified Egg Mixtures <BR>Exercise 7: Combining Starch and Eggs as Thickeners in One Product-Souffle <BR>Souffle Recipes <BR>Exercise 8: Other Egg Recipes <BR>Summary Questions-Eggs and Egg Products <BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P><BR><STRONG>G. Milk and Milk Products</STRONG> <BR>Exercise 1: Comparison of Milk and Nondairy Products <BR>Exercise 2: Coagulation of Milk Protein <BR>A. Addition of Acid <BR>B. Acid Produced by Bacteria (Yogurt) <BR>C. Enzyme Action (Rennin) <BR>Exercise 3: Combining Acid Foods with Milk <BR>Exercise 4: Comparison of Cheese Products <BR>Exercise 5: Effect of Heat on Natural and Processed Cheese <BR>Summary Questions-Milk and Milk Products <BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P><BR><STRONG>H. Fats and Oils</STRONG><BR>Exercise 1: Separation and Ratio of Oil and Acid; Emulsifiers<BR>Exercise 2: Application of Principles to Salad Dressings<BR>Salad Dressing Recipes<BR>Exercise 3: Fat-Free, Fat-Reduced, and Fat-Replaced Products <BR>A. Calories, Cost, and Palatability of Foods with Various Fat Levels <BR>B. Fat-Replacement Ingredient Labeling <BR>Exercise 4: Comparison of Dietary Fats<BR>Summary Questions-Fats and Oils<BR>Dietitian's Note </P><P></P><P><STRONG>I. Sugars, Sweeteners</STRONG><BR>Exercise 1: Methods of Initiating Crystallization <BR>Exercise 2: The Relationship of Sugar Concentration to Boiling Point <BR>Exercise 3: Effect of Temperature and Agitation on Crystal Size <BR>Exercise 4: Effect of Interfering Agents on Sugar Structure<BR>Exercise 5: Alternatives to Sugar <BR>Summary Questions-Sugars, Sweeteners<BR>Dietitian's Note</P><P><BR><STRONG>J. Batters and Dough</STRONG><BR>Exercise 1: Measurement of Flour<BR>Exercise 2: Structural Properties of Wheat Flour <BR>Questions-Gluten <BR>Exercise 3: Chemical Leavening Agents<BR>A. Ingredients of Baking Powders<BR>B. Comparison of Speed of Reaction <BR>Exercise 4: Factors Affecting the Leavening Power of Yeast <BR>Questions-Leavening Agents<BR>Exercise 5: Drop Batters, Muffins<BR>A. Effect of Manipulation <BR>B. Effect of Different Grains <BR>Questions-Muffins <BR>Exercise 6: Soft Dough, Biscuits <BR>A. Effect of Manipulation <BR>B. Substituting Soda Acid for Baking Powder <BR>Questions-Biscuits <BR>Exercise 7: Pancakes, Popovers, Cream Puffs, Crepes<BR>A. Effect of Manipulation on Gluten Development in Pancakes <BR>B. Effect of Manipulation on Gluten Development in Popovers <BR>C. Cream Puffs <BR>D. Crepes<BR>Evaluation of Crepes<BR>Questions-Pancakes, Popovers, Cream Puffs, Crepes <BR>Exercise 8: Stiff Dough-Yeast Breads/Rolls <BR>Evaluation of Yeast Rolls <BR>Questions-Yeast Breads/Rolls <BR>Exercise 9: Shortened Cakes <BR>A. Effect of Manipulation and Type of Shortening on Cake Texture
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DIMENSIONS OF FOOD
A. Economic Dimensions
Exercise 1: Factors Influencing the Cost of Food
A. Quality of Product-Comparing Store and National Brands
B. Caloric and Price Differences of Various Product Formulations
C. The Cost of Convenience Foods-Ready-to-Eat Products, Packaged Mixes
D. Comparing Price per Serving of Various Forms of a Food
E. Cost Comparison of Food, As Purchased (A.P.) and Edible Portion (E.P.)
Exercise 2: Labels as Guides in Food Purchasing
Exercise 3: "Health" Food
Exercise 4: Planned-Over Foods
Summary Questions-Economic Dimensions


B. Nutritional Dimensions
Exercise 1: Determining Serving Size
Exercise 2: Factors Affecting Caloric Value of Foods
Exercise 3: Nutrient Contributions of the Food Pyramid
Exercise 4: Evaluation of a Daily Menu
Exercise 5: Labels as Guides to Nutrient Content
A. Nutritive Value and Cost of Fruit-Juice Products
B. Carbohydrate Label Information
C. Nutritive Value and Cost of Cereal Products
D. Health Claims Allowed on Labels
E. Food Allergies
Summary Questions-Nutritional Dimensions


C. Palatability Dimensions
Exercise 1: Identifying Sensory Properties of Food
Exercise 2: Sensory Evaluation Tests
Exercise 3: Evaluating Sensory Properties in Foods
Exercise 4: Evaluating Food Products Marketed for Use with Food Allergies
Exercise 5: Evaluating Personal Preferences
Summary Questions-Palatability Dimensions


D. Chemical Dimensions
Exercise 1: Functions of Food Additives
Exercise 2: Relationship of Additive Use to Degree of Processing
Exercise 3: Evaluation of Snack Foods
Exercise 4: Sodium Content of Foods
Exercise 5: Wheat in Foods
Summary Questions-Chemical Dimensions


E. Sanitary Dimensions
Exercise 1: Factors Affecting the Microbial Safety of Foods
A. Sources of Contamination
B. Conditions Necessary for the Growth of Bacteria
C. Bacterial Growth Curve
Exercise 2: Temperature Control in Food Handling
A. Factors Affecting the Rate of Cooling of Large Quantities of Foods
B. Temperatures for Holding and Reheating Foods
C. Recommended Temperatures for Cooked Food
Exercise 3: Sanitization in the Food Preparation Environment
A. Use of Approved Chemical Sanitizers
B. Sanitization by Immersion
Summary Questions-Sanitary Dimensions


F. Food-Processing Dimensions
Exercise 1: Processing Temperatures
Exercise 2: Food Processing, Canning
A. Canning Equipment
B. Canning Acid and Low-Acid Foods
Questions-Canning
Exercise 3: Food Processing, Freezing
A. Freezing Equipment
B. Freezing Fruits and Vegetables
Questions-Freezing
Summary Questions-Dimensions of Food (Part I, A-F)

FOOD PRINCIPLES
A. Measurements, Use of Ingredients, Laboratory Techniques, Policies, and Procedures
Exercise 1: Demonstration of Measuring and Mixing Techniques
Exercise 2: Measuring Liquids
Exercise 3: Measuring Solids
Exercise 4: Cleanup
Summary Questions-Measurements, Use of Ingredients, and Laboratory Techniques
Lab Policies and Procedures


B. Cereal and Starch
Exercise 1: Separation of Starch Granules
Exercise 2: Properties of Wheat and Cornstarch
Exercise 3: Effect of Sugar and Acid on Gelatinization
Exercise 4: Application of Principles to Starch-Thickened Products
Exercise 5: Preparing Cereal Products
Cereal Recipes
Summary Questions-Cereal and Starch
Dietitian's Note


C. Fruits and Vegetables
Exercise 1: Properties of Parenchyma Cells
A. Components of Parenchyma Cell
B. Recrisping Succulents
Exercise 2: Fruits
A. Enzymatic Browning
B. Effect of Sugar on Texture and Flavor of Cooked Fresh Fruit
C. Effect of Sugar on Texture and Flavor of Cooked Dried Fruit
D. Factors Affecting Anthocyanin Pigments
Exercise 3: Cooking Vegetables
A. Effect of pH on Pigments and Texture
B. Effect of Cooking Procedure on Pigments and Flavors
C. Application of Principles to Cooking a Variety of Vegetables
Evaluation of Vegetable Recipes
Nutritive Value of Assigned Recipe(s)
Vegetable Recipes
Uncooked Vegetables and Fruit
Recipe Questions-Fruits and Vegetables
Summary Questions-Fruits and Vegetables
Dietitian's Note


D. Meat, Poultry, and Fish
Exercise 1: Identification of Basic Meat Cuts
Exercise 2: Effect of Dry and Moist Heat on Less Tender (Tough) Cuts of Meat
A. Roasts
B. Meat Patties
Exercise 3: Evaluation of Meat, Poultry, and Fish
Meat, Poultry, and Fish Recipes
Summary Questions-Meat, Poultry, and Fish
Dietitian's Note


E. Plant Proteins
Exercise 1: Pretreatment and Cooking Methods for Legumes
A. Pretreatment
B. Cooking Methods
Exercise 2: Combining Plant Proteins
Evaluation of Plant Protein Recipes
Plant Protein Recipes
Summary Questions-Plant Proteins
Dietitian's Note


F. Eggs and Egg Products
Exercise 1: Egg Quality
Exercise 2: Coagulation of Egg Protein in Baked and Stirred Custard
Basic Egg Custard-for Baked and Stirred Custard
Exercise 3: Egg White Foams
Exercise 4: Effect of Added Substances on Egg White Foam
Exercise 5: Effect of Cooking Intensity on Egg Protein
Methods of Cooking Eggs
Exercise 6: Characteristics of Cooked Modified Egg Mixtures
Exercise 7: Combining Starch and Eggs as Thickeners in One Product-Souffle
Souffle Recipes
Exercise 8: Other Egg Recipes
Summary Questions-Eggs and Egg Products
Dietitian's Note


G. Milk and Milk Products
Exercise 1: Comparison of Milk and Nondairy Products
Exercise 2: Coagulation of Milk Protein
A. Addition of Acid
B. Acid Produced by Bacteria (Yogurt)
C. Enzyme Action (Rennin)
Exercise 3: Combining Acid Foods with Milk
Exercise 4: Comparison of Cheese Products
Exercise 5: Effect of Heat on Natural and Processed Cheese
Summary Questions-Milk and Milk Products
Dietitian's Note


H. Fats and Oils
Exercise 1: Separation and Ratio of Oil and Acid; Emulsifiers
Exercise 2: Application of Principles to Salad Dressings
Salad Dressing Recipes
Exercise 3: Fat-Free, Fat-Reduced, and Fat-Replaced Products
A. Calories, Cost, and Palatability of Foods with Various Fat Levels
B. Fat-Replacement Ingredient Labeling
Exercise 4: Comparison of Dietary Fats
Summary Questions-Fats and Oils
Dietitian's Note

I. Sugars, Sweeteners
Exercise 1: Methods of Initiating Crystallization
Exercise 2: The Relationship of Sugar Concentration to Boiling Point
Exercise 3: Effect of Temperature and Agitation on Crystal Size
Exercise 4: Effect of Interfering Agents on Sugar Structure
Exercise 5: Alternatives to Sugar
Summary Questions-Sugars, Sweeteners
Dietitian's Note


J. Batters and Dough
Exercise 1: Measurement of Flour
Exercise 2: Structural Properties of Wheat Flour
Questions-Gluten
Exercise 3: Chemical Leavening Agents
A. Ingredients of Baking Powders
B. Comparison of Speed of Reaction
Exercise 4: Factors Affecting the Leavening Power of Yeast
Questions-Leavening Agents
Exercise 5: Drop Batters, Muffins
A. Effect of Manipulation
B. Effect of Different Grains
Questions-Muffins
Exercise 6: Soft Dough, Biscuits
A. Effect of Manipulation
B. Substituting Soda Acid for Baking Powder
Questions-Biscuits
Exercise 7: Pancakes, Popovers, Cream Puffs, Crepes
A. Effect of Manipulation on Gluten Development in Pancakes
B. Effect of Manipulation on Gluten Development in Popovers
C. Cream Puffs
D. Crepes
Evaluation of Crepes
Questions-Pancakes, Popovers, Cream Puffs, Crepes
Exercise 8: Stiff Dough-Yeast Breads/Rolls
Evaluation of Yeast Rolls
Questions-Yeast Breads/Rolls
Exercise 9: Shortened Cakes
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