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Put the frozen juice and water in your food processor, then turn it on. The food processor will chop up the frozen juice, which increases the surface area of the frozen juice and makes it easier for the heat in the water to melt the juice.
When preparing juice from a frozen concentrate, the process of dissolving can be sped up. Adding hot water ad stirring are both ways to speed up the process.
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from the grocery store in the frozen section.
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because when something is frozen it won't go bad. That's why if you have something that is about to expire freeze it until u are ready to use it.
No, the marination process will have allowed time for bacteria at grow, the meat should be cooked before being frozen or frozen before the marination process.
Tomato juice is only good to drink when it is relatively fresh and natural. A frozen concentrate would produce a rather unpleasant juice.
A can of juice is an example of a concentrate. You know this because you have to dilute it to get the desired mixture.
'Frozen' works both ways. An object can be presently in a frozen state and thus 'is frozen'. The past tense, 'was frozen', indicates either 1) something that was once frozen but perhaps now is not ('the steak was frozen, but it tasted good') or 2) the freezing process, as in 'this object was frozen last Thursday'.
Yes. The process of a solid turning into a gas is called sublimation. This process is readily observable using dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide).
If you mean by preparing the food ahead of time, then most of the flavor is lost in the fact that it has to be frozen and reheated.
Fresh juice never equals frozen juice; it always surpasses it! But to answer the question . . . A can of frozen juice concentrate is usually 12 fluid ounces. One adds 3 cans of water to reconstitute the juice, making a total of 48 fluid ounces, or 6 cups. So, 6 cups of fresh juice would equal (always be better than) 6 cups of juice concentrate. Please note, one cannot replace juice concentrate in a recipe with fresh juice. The moisture content of the two products is very different and would cause unexpected results.
from liquid water to frozen water
No, fire is not a substance that can be frozen. It is a process.
You should leave the plastic leg binder on the bird all the way through the cooking process. It keeps the legs from spreading out and getting over cooked. It won't melt. It's designed to stay there.
Best is to follow the directions on the container, but, failing that, add about four parts water to the frozen concentrate, to taste.
Cherry juice concentrate comes in various sizes, but the most common is the small can-sized container. These containers are often found in the frozen section of grocery stores and can be used to make two quarts of juice.
Hi I also wanted to know this. Found this answer on the net. Fresh is the way to go. "Orange juice is frequently bought as a frozen concentrate. Frozen, reconstituted orange juice has 78% and canned orange juice has 69% of the vitamin C found in fresh squeezed orange juice. Vitamin C is destroyed during the condensing process, but canning is even harder on vitamin C. It appears that fresh squeezed orange juice is better than either frozen concentrate or canned..." Source: http://www.dietitian.com/vitaminc.html
yes but it won't taste good. It would be like aeting a lemon and then drinking lemon juice
When adding water to frozen orange juice concentrate, do not add too much, because excess dilution will result in an insipid flavor.
Ingredients1 cn (16-oz.) Frozen orange juiceconcentrate; thawed 1 pk Frozen sliced strawberries;half thawed with juice 1 cn (6-oz.) Frozen lemonadeconcentrate 1 qt Carbonated water1 qt Ginger aleThinly sliced oranges and -lemons, for garnish Combine orange juice, strawberries, and frozen lemonade in a punchbowl with ice. Just before serving, add carbonated water and ginger ale. Garnish with orange and lemon slices. Makes 20 servings.
Frozen eggs will not hatch. Freezing a egg greatly impacts the fertilization process and can kill the chick inside of the egg.