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Bacteria are differnet in many unique ways such as their shape. There are rod, sphere, and spiral shaped bacteria. There are also archaebacteria and eubacteria. Archaebacteria need no oxygen while others do. They also grow at different rates, their environment is different, etc. Pretty cool, isn't it?? Bacteria are differnet in many unique ways such as their shape. There are rod, sphere, and spiral shaped bacteria. There are also archaebacteria and eubacteria. Archaebacteria need no oxygen while others do. They also grow at different rates, their environment is different, etc. Pretty cool, isn't it??
The inoculating loop should be heated until it is hot enough to turn red, and then allowed to cool for a couple seconds. This ensures that the heat kills the majority of lingering bacteria before or after use.
You have to cool the milk to 50 degrees celsius or less before adding the starter culture because otherwise all the microorganism you will use for fermentation will die and the fermentation won't take place. Most of the bacteria (Lactobacillus, usually) need 37 degrees celsius for growing and fermentation. Temperatures higher than their optimum temperature will decrease their grown and the fermentation process will be slow or can kill these bacteria.
Although bacteria are often mistakenly associated only with disease, bacteria also have useful functions.1) Bacteria are part of chemical cycles during which they release essential elements such as carbon and nitrogen for recycling.2) Bacteria decompose dead and decaying organic matter, assist animal digestion of food, and produce chemicals such as ethyl alcohol, butyl alcohol, acetic acid, and acetone.3) Bacteria also aid in the production of food products such as cheese, butter, sauerkraut, coffee, wine, and cocoa. Bacteria can be an integral part of the manufacture of silk, cotton, and rubber. 4) Bacteria synthesize certain antibiotics. Bacteria that can digest and dissolve are used to clean up oil spills.
The Deinococcus Radiodurans. It can be used to store information in the event of a nuclear fallout. It is also said to be from martian origin. In case you haven't figured it out, the previous answer is made up. My favorite bacteria are Serratio marsescens because of the pretty color of their colonies. We used to do an experiment where you would put some on your hand and then shake hands with the person next to you in class and they would shake hands with the next person and so on. The last person would then put their hands on a nutrient plate and the red bacteria would show how many bacteria were passed on. This bacterium was considered harmless at the time, but now is not.
It can be stored fresh in the salad crisper drawer of your fridge. Frozen and kept in the freezer. Dried and stored in a dark cool place.
No Strawberrys can be stored in a fridge for it to be cool (Cold) or they can be stored in a dry place, suck as a, pantre,draw, or a shelf or on a table in on top or next to your fruit basket
You should never put hot things in a fridge or freezer as this will damage the cooling mechanism of the appliance . All foods to be placed in a fridge or freezer must be left to cool down at room temperature before being stored.
To cool chili con carne or any other hot food for storage in a fridge, you should place the chili in several small containers, and place them directly in the fridge. That you should leave it out to cool at room temperature is a common misconception; that will actually allow bacteria to grow quicker than if the hot food was placed directly in the fridge or freezer.
Fresh coconut should be stored in the fridge, descicated (dried, sweetened) can be stored in an air-tight jar in a dark and cool place. As with all fats it will go rancid after a while (smell it).
It keeps well in the fridge, since it melts easily. If not the fridge, then at least a cool, dark place. In addition, chocolate tastes great after being stored in the freezer - especially dark chocolate!
I wouldn't recommend it. The 'brittle' part is toffee - which will soften if the room temperature is high. It's best stored either in a cool room - or better still - the fridge.
Put it in the fridge
My fridge and freezer.
You can put it in the fridge, or you can leave it on the counter to cool. If you want the fudge to set faster then the Fridge is your best bet.
You should fast cool any cooked meats for the best result. Cool meats by preforming a ice water bath. This will fast cool your cooked meat so you can put it immedietly into the refrigerator.
it is stored in a cool dark place