Asked in War and Military HistoryChemistryFood Spoilage
War and Military History
Why do you refrigerate many foods to keep them from spoiling?
Asked in Science, Inventions
How was most food preserved in the past and what inventions change that?
Asked in The Difference Between, Food Spoilage
How can different types of food be kept for a long time?
How many hours can you keep food warm?
It depends on the food you want to keep warm. As with all food keeping it warm will eventually affect the quality of the food. Vegetables, meats and the like can be kept warm for many hours without spoiling. You need to keep a watch on food, as it may dry out or get sodden and go mushy. Keep foods covered to help with moisture retention of meats and to prevent the leeching of juiceds onto other foods. All food should be kept at 63C/145F to prevent bacteria growth in food whilst keeping it warm.
Asked in Herbal Medicine, Medication and Drugs
What is the practical application of chemical revolution in your everyday life?
What is the benefit of a portable generator?
Asked in Chemistry, Food Spoilage, Microbiology
Which is not a method used to keep microorganisms from spoiling food?
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables
Why are fruits and vegetables preserved?
You preserve fruits and vegetables in the home to keep them from spoiling. This allows you to use them at a later date. Many people grow vegetable gardens during the summer and preserve them by canning or freezing to eat during the winter. Foods are commercially preserved to prevent spoilage during transportation to markets and while sitting on the shelf until they are sold.
Asked in Food Safety
Does freezing keep food safe forever?
Asked in Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
What is the difference between organic or inorganic foods?
Asked in Food & Cooking, Nutrition, Food Additives
What is the function of the food additive?
Asked in Food & Cooking
What food do you heat to prevent spoiling?
How many ways can you prevent food from growing mold?