Asked in Sour Cream
Sour cream and sour milk are produced by bactria form?
Sour cream is produced by fermentation and the "sour" applies to its taste. Milk sours because of the acid inside of it. ...
Asked in Biology, Food Science
Sour cream and sour milk are produced by bacteria that form what?
Lactic acid. There are other flavor compounds formed in small amounts, like diacetyl, acetic acid, and dimethyl sulfide. ...
Asked in Sour Cream
Why do recipes tell you not to boil sour cream when it's mixed in a casserole?
I'm assuming this is because sour cream will curdle. This means large clumps of proteins will form and you'll get a lumpy, curds-and-whey mixture. ...
Asked in Infectious Diseases, Microbiology
What resistant forms of bacteria are produced by gram positive bacilli of the most dangerous disease causing bacteria?
Endospores are the resistant and dangerous form of bacteria produced by gram positive bacilli. ...
Why do the crystals of Bt toxin produced by some bacteria do not kill the bacteria themselves?
toxin is inactive: In bacteria, the toxin is present in an inactive form, called prototoxin, which gets converted into active form when it enters the body of an insect ...
Asked in Health
Can bacteria live outside your body?
there are bacteria EVERYWHERE and on every THING. bacteria makes apples rot, milk sour, and meat spoil, etc. there's bacteria that prefers boiling water, and bacteria that prefers freezing temperatures, and everywhere in between. it was the first life form in the beginning ...
Asked in Sour Cream
What could it be your husband and you ate alittle Mexican sour cream the next day you had nausea lower abdominal pain and nausea?
Might be a bit of food poisoning. Sour cream? What's the old joke? "How can you tell when sour cream goes bad?" You can't. It may have been past its use-by date. Were you in Mexico? Did you drink any water that you, yourself did not break the seal of the bottle? The problem might be the form of mild dysentery called "Montezuma's Revenge". ...
Is there any bad effect on sour food?
Are you referring to food that is naturally sour, such as a lemon, or food that has gone sour, such as old milk? In the case of the lemon, while it's not that tasty and can harm the enamel on your teeth with prolonged exposure, it's not really dangerous. In the case of the sour milk, it's sour for a reason: bacteria have been allowed to form (usually at room temperature), causing the milk to sour and spoil. The bacteria themselves are usually...
How do people eat cream?
Cream is used in numerous ways as food. Used as a liquid, it can be added to sauces, used over fruit, or added to coffee and other drinks. Frozen into a solid, it is used in ice cream and various similar treats. It can also be emulsified or whipped, creating butter and toppings such as sour cream and whipped cream. Another edible form is called clotted cream. ...
What does photosynthetic bacteria have to do with the carbon cycle?
Photosynthetic bacteria require CO2 for making food in the form of starch through photosynthesis and this CO2 or carbon dioxide is produced as a result of the carbon cycle. ...
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using baking powder compared to baking soda?
Baking soda (Sodium bicarbonate) is a primary component of baking powder. Baking soda will form carbon dioxide bubbles when it reacts with an acid. If the batter is not sour, that is to say, it does not contain acid in the form of lemon juice, tartaric acid, sour cream or the like, the recipe will call for baking powder which has its own acid in the form of cream of tartar. The advantage of using baking soda is that it is...
Asked in Animal Life
How do bacteria help the nitrogen cycle?
in the nitrogen cycle there is heat that gets produced right in the centre of it. this causes to produce bacteria. bacteria helps in lots of ways. Bacteria are able to break the triple bond of atmospheric nitrogen and convert it into usable form which then can enter the nitrogen cycle. ...