What is the themometer does jam have?
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Super Quick Strawberry Jam Ingredients 1kg Strawberries (hulled and rinsed) 1kg Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar A Knob of Butter (10g) . Crush strawberries coarsely with a potato masher or blender. . Place strawberries and sugar in a large, heavy based 6 litre pot. . Heat mixture over a low hea…t until sugar is dissolved. Do not allow to boil. . Add a knob of butter then increase heat and bring to a full boil (a boil that cannot be stirred down). . Boil for 4 minutes only. Remove from heat, skim off any foam, test for set and bottle in pre-sterilised jars Super Simple Apple and Raspberry Jam Ingredients 500g Raspberries (hulled and rinsed) 500g Apples, peeled and cored 1kg Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar A Knob of Butter (10g) . Cut the apple into small pieces and place in a food processor. Process lightly until a paste forms. . Place the raspberries in the food processor and pulse to gently break up. . Place the combined apple and raspberry mixture and Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar in a large, heavy based 6 litre pot. . Heat the mixture over a low heat until the sugar is dissolved. Do not allow to boil. . Add a knob of butter, increase the heat and bring to a full boil (a boil that cannot be stirred down). . Boil for 4 minutes only. Remove from the heat, skim off any foam, test for set and bottle immediately. Makes approximately 4-5 medium sized jars. Speedy Apricot Jam Ingredients 1kg Apricots, rinsed and dried, with stones removed 1 kg Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar A Knob of Butter (10g) . Crush the apricots with a potato masher or blender. . Place the crushed apricots in a 6 litre heavy-based saucepan. . Add the Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar. Heat gently, stirring continuously until the sugar dissolves. . Add a knob of butter. Still stirring, increase the heat and bring to a full boil (a boil that cannot be stirred down). . Boil for 4 minutes only. Remove from the heat, skim off any foam, test for set and bottle immediately. Makes approximately 4-5 medium sized jars. Easy Orange Jam Ingredients 2kg oranges 2 cups water 1kg Chelsea Jam Setting Sugar A Knob of Butter (10g) . Peel oranges with a potato peeler ensuring as little pith as possible is taken with the peel and slice the peel very finely into 2cm lengths. . Squeeze oranges and reserve juice (without seeds). . Roughly chop remains of the squeezed oranges and put into muslin bag. Place the muslin bag and peel in saucepan with 2 cups of water. Boil until peel is soft (approx 15 mins). Top up the water if the mixture begins to boil dry. . Drain mixture through colander and reserve liquid and peel. Squeeze excess liquid from muslin bag and discard solids in bag. . Place reserved orange juice, peel and one cup (250mL) of drained water from orange remains (from muslin bag) in large, heavy based 6 litre pot. . Add sugar over low heat, stir until dissolved. Do not allow to boil at this stage. . Add knob of butter, increase heat and bring to full boil (a boil that cannot be stirred down). . To test for a set: Remove the pot from the heat, put a small amount of jam on a chilled plate or saucer and allow to cool. Gently drag a finger from the outside of sample towards the centre, if the surface wrinkles, the setting point has been reached. If this does not happen, return to boil and retest at 2 minute intervals. . Remove from heat and skim off any foam. Then stir to distribute peel and bottle in pre-sterilised jars immediately. ( Full Answer )
The mercury thermometer was invented by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.He had invented an alcohol thermometer years earlier. In 1724, heintroduced the Fahrenheit temperature scale.
A theomometer measures how hot a room temperature is or how hot someone is by putting it in someones mouth or measuring room temperature by placing it on a clear surface in the room.
There is either a little switch or you hold your finger on the button until it switches over.
Certo is a brand of fruit pectin that is used in making jellies and jams to produce a more gelatinous set - so it isn't runny. It has been available in both liquid and powder form.
the basic ingredients of a jam are the pulp of the fruit, sugar and the preservative. Preservatives differ according to the fruit used. citric acid can be used to prevent crystallization of sugar.
Intentional interference with a broadcast. It could be another transmitter on the same frequency or a device that generates other electrical pulses that cause bad reception in the vicinity.
stick the thermometer in your mouth and hold it under your tongue til it beeps if its an electrical one, if not then do the same but wait for about a minute or two. then check the thermometer
The safe way is to go to your local Pet shop adn ask for a fish tank thermometer. What you will get for your money is a piece of plastic abut the size of your thumb. One side will be sticky so you can attach the thermometer to the side of the tank. The side you can easily read is marked off with a g…raduated scale of temperatures with a black line between. If you hold the thermometer between your fingers the black middle line will fill with a green colour to show you the change in temperature. The other type of thermometer contains a toxic stuff called mercury. Most people can get very sick if they misuse mercury. ( Full Answer )
All 'old' thermometers measure temperature as a difference between the thermal expansion of two substances. Every substance expands at a slightly different rate. Mercury, for example, expands at a large and consistent rate; while glass hardly expands at all. This makes them a very accurate combin…ation in a thermometer (at low temperatures, -20 to 150 deg C 'ish). Other thermometers use two strips of different metals stuck together, like a double layered cake. When heated or cooled one strip expands more than the other so the strips will curl, the amount of curl indicates how much the temperature has changed. The best substances for 'old' thermometers have a high (fast) thermal conductivity. Modern inferred (laser) thermometers measure the amount of heat being emitted by an object. Essentially it measures the total energy of photons being emitted by a given area. NB. the laser is just used to help aim the thermometer; it plays no part in the actual measurement. ( Full Answer )
red or purple . The color of jam depends on the color of the fruit it contains. Apricot jam is yellow/orange, strawberry jam is red, blackberry jam is deep purple, etc.
The Jam were originally from Woking, which is in the county of Surrey in England, circa '72 - '82.
The thermometer is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles; it comes from the Greek roots thermo , heat , and meter , to measure. A thermometer has two important elements: the temperature sensor (e.g. the bulb on a mercury therm…ometer) in which some physical change occurs with temperature, plus some means of converting this physical change into a value (e.g. the scale on a mercury thermometer). Industrial thermometers commonly use electronic means to provide a digital display or input to a computer.. Thermometers can be divided into two groups according to the level of knowledge about the physical basis of the underlying thermodynamic laws and quantities. For primary thermometers the measured property of matter is known so well that temperature can be calculated without any unknown quantities. Examples of these are thermometers based on the equation of state of a gas, on the velocity of sound in a gas, on the thermal noise (see Johnson-Nyquist noise ) voltage or current of an electrical resistor, and on the angular anisotropy of gamma ray emission of certain radioactive nuclei in a magnetic field .. Secondary thermometers are most widely used because of their convenience. Also, they are often much more sensitive than primary ones. For secondary thermometers knowledge of the measured property is not sufficient to allow direct calculation of temperature. They have to be calibrated against a primary thermometer at least at one temperature or at a number of fixed temperatures. Such fixed points, for example, triple points and superconducting transitions, occur reproducibly at the same temperature.. Internationally agreed temperature scales are based on fixed points and interpolating thermometers. The most recent official temperature scale is the International Temperature Scale of 1990 . It extends from 0.65 K to approximately 1358 K (â272.5 Â° C to 1085 Â°C).. qewbuor'/ ( Full Answer )
Depends on type but strawberry-WATER*, STRAWBERRIES+, POLYDEXTROSE*, MALTODEXTRIN*, FRUIT PECTIN, LOCUST BEAN GUM*, NATURAL FLAVOR*, CITRIC ACID, POTASSIUM SORBATE (PRESERVATIVE), SUCRALOSE (NON NUTRITIVE SWEETENER)*, CALCIUM CHLORIDE*, RED 40*. *INGREDIENTS NOT IN REGULAR JAM. +ADDS A TRIVIAL AMOUN…T OF SUGAR. ( Full Answer )
a powerful super lord Actually, jam is a fruit preserve. Fruit preserves are fruits, or vegetables, that have been prepared and canned or sealed air-tight for long term storage. The preparation of fruit preserves traditionally involves the use of pectin as a gelling agent, although sugar or honey ma…y be used as well. The ingredients used and how they are prepared will determine the type of preserves; jams, jellies and marmalades are all examples of different styles of fruit preserves that vary based upon the ingredients used. There are various varieties of fruit preserves made globally, and they can be made from sweet or savory ingredients. In North America, the plural form preserves is used, while the singular preserve is used in British and Commonwealth English. Additionally, the name of the type of fruit preserves will also vary depending on the regional variant of English being used. Also, jam can sometimes be recognized if an individual is 'boss' or 'lulzy'. In fact, I believe it comes from the Greek word for toast. In conclusion, jam + toast = profit. ( Full Answer )
by the metallic coeffeictent of expansion of mercury. When mercury gets warmer it "spreads out" (expands) when it cools it "shrinks".
The red liquid in a thermometre could either be alcohol, dyed red; or a substance called mercury, which is very toxic. Hope I helped :)
Mercury. It isn't used much these days in thermometers these days as it is very toxic.
In order to make an accurate measurement with a thermometer, you need to wait until its reading stops changing.
the non-mercury glass thermometer must be cleaned and soaked in ain a -- after each use
find out the temp. . to know how hot or cold it is . knowing the temp. out or in
It is a thermometer that measures in deep sea environments where normal thermometers would be crushed by the enormous pressure!!!!!
no added sugar jam is but if it is not no added sugar jam then it has a ton of sugar in which is bad for you.
Yes there is...But it does no harm to the jam it just helps, the bacteria releases water and into the jam. When this happens its called Osmosis.
Bagles or kfc your choice and your fancy but me and my dad like to smuther each other in jam strawberry of course but penut if you dare then belly jive
That's easy...all you have to do is get dye(any color will do) water, clear straw(any other color will not work) and a glass jarwith a sealing lid . Then you combined the water and dye together put it in the glass jar, punch a hole through the lid(has to be big enough for the straw and small enou…gh so that air can't seep out)Then you push the straw through the hole ( if there is some extra space in the lid after the straw is in the hole put tape around the seeping part). then block the top of the straw and tape it up the put the themometer in the sun ( Full Answer )
a cold jam is a beat which is generally in the genre of dance or hip hop that simply cannot be denied by anybody. Grimy in it's style, the rhythm hits hard and therefore creates bodily movement.
No it is not :it is part of the fruit and vegtable cause jam is usally rasberry flavored or strawberry flavored!i know a whole lot about food
Jam can be solid, it is more likely to expressed as a Suspension or a Gel
Jams and preserves are thicker, made by cooking fruit, pectin, and sugar until the texture is almost a puree
jam is a substance normally spread on toast/or bread for some spastics now it is oftenly used for lubrication for Samuel burtons mangina. ennit tho
It is nice because it is sweet and human beings, as are all primate, are attracted to sweet things.
Galileo did not invent the thermometer. He invented and developed several kinds of thermoscopes, which are a related but distinctly different class of instrument.
It can be called a confection as in a sweet preparation of fruit or a conserve.
It is the result of a tricky process of jumping on your printer until is is just a big, useless mash and then adding sugar to create a lovely tasty jam. ;)
IIT JAM is an engineering entrance exam which is open for allundergraduate students who want to pursue higher education. Thisexam is the deciding factor for admission for Masters of Scienceprogram in Indian Institute of Technology.
Unscrew the cap and climb out of the jar. Wash away stickiness with a good long shower and soap.
They're not supposed to do that, any more than two rulers should give different lengths. If two rulers give different lengths, or two scales give different weights, or two thermometers give different temperatures, then at least one of them is wrong, and maybe both are.
There were no thermometers in the medieval period. The earliest ones were developed around 1600 (well into the modern era of history).
Like jelly, but smooth and easier to spread. It also doesn't have big pieces of fruit in it.
Generally, yes; however, there are a few fruits that are slightly basic (alkaline), such as avocados and bananas.
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Actually, jam is a sweet spread or preserve made from fruit and sugar boiled to a thick consistency. Jam is both a verb and a noun: The noun jam, a singular, common noun, is a word for a fruit spread or someone, something wedged into a tight space, or a line of blocked vehicles, concrete nou…ns; a jam is also a word for a difficult situation, or an informal gathering of musicians playing music, abstract nouns. The verb jam is push into a space with some force, to block something through crowding, such as traffic, an electric or data signal, etc. or to play music in an informal group. ( Full Answer )
Go to the Animal Jam home page . On the top there should be a strip that has home, membership, shop and stuff, and there's a word that says "play" click on it and it will take you to where it says "create an animal". Click on it . Create a name and an animal you would like . Put when you were bo…rn, your password, and username . Then get a parent to put their email . And you're ready to ROCK AND ROLL! ( Full Answer )
To jam has several meanings: . To press, squeeze or wedge tightly an object into a small space . To bruise or crush by squeezing or grabbing . To fill something tightly - to cram . Press, push or thrust violently or heavily . To fill, crowd or block (traffic jam) . To become stuck or wedged …. To become unworkable or broken (the printer is jammed) . Slang for embarrassment ("it was such a jam") . To dance or party, especially to jazz music ( Full Answer )
you use a special syringe to squeeze it into the middle of a whole donut, with no hole in it just w! :) that was cool smiley face lol
Food is jammed by the act of preserving it into a "jam". These aremade by boiling or simmering the food until it thickens or reducesto a syrup.
Typically, bakers take a pastry bag filled with the jam and put thetip into one of the sides of the doughnut and squeeze about one totwo tablespoons in, depending on the size of the doughnut.
When someone experiences a "jam" while sewing, this usually refers to their sewing machine "jamming" or locking up. A sewing machine has many moving parts. These can jam when fabric or thread gets caught in the parts, preventing them from moving. When the machine jams, it often makes loud straining… or clicking noises as the gears attempt to keep moving. If your sewing machine jams, immediately stop sewing. Carefully move your fabric out from under the needle. If the sewing machine jams with the needle down, carefully jiggle the fly wheel (the hand crank on the right side of the machine) back and forth to loosen the threads. This usually works, and allows you to lift the needle. Clip the threads, and move your project out of the way. Unthread the machine by removing the top thread and the bobbin. Look for any stray threads in the bobbin housing, and remove them. Carefully rotate the fly wheel to check for any obstructions. These obstructions are usually around the bobbin and under the needle. If the fly wheel rotates fully without catching, then the obstructions have been cleared away. Re-thread the top thread and bobbin, and continue sewing. Jams usually happen when the sewing machine is not threaded properly. Make sure that your top thread follows the proper path, and is fed through the tension disks at the top of the machine. Check your sewing machine manual to make sure that the thread feeds off your bobbin in the proper direction. If you are still having problems with jamming in your sewing machine, oil the machine and replace the needle. The needle may be bent or have a bur that is causing the thread to catch, creating the jam. If, after re-threading your machine multiple times, oiling the machine, and replacing the needle, you still have problems with the machine jamming, take your machine in for service. The service tech will be able to find any problems and bring your machine back to working order. ( Full Answer )