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What is drying meat?

Drying is a method of food preservation that works by removing water from the food


What is dehydration as used in food preservation?

Dehydration is removing water from food- drying it.


Is freeze-drying a physical change or a chemical change?

Freeze-drying is a chemical change because it changes the actual composition of the object by removing water.


How Anhydrous magnesium sulphate acting like drying agent?

a drying agent works by removing water molecules that may be contaminating a chemical product. Magnesium Sulfate (MgSO4) is an ionic salt. The charged Mg2+ and SO42- ions have a high affinity for water molecules and therefore are able to remove them from the product thus "drying it" of water. In this sense "drying" means "removing water" rather than "making less wet"


Can you prevent bacteria from multiplying by removing all the moisture from the food?

Yes. Drying is a form of food preservation.


What is the process of removing water called?

These processes may be: evaporation, drying with a dessicant, using atomic sieves, extraction.


Is freeze-drying a phisical change or a chemical change?

Answer: It is a chemical change, it changes the actual composition of the object by removing water.


How does air drying help preserve fish?

By removing the water in the flesh of the fish, the bacteria that causes decomposition cannot multiply and decompose the fish.


Why do people dehydrate their food such as meats and fruits?

Removing water prevents the growth of bacteria and other decomposers. Drying is thus a method of preservation.


Why dry food before storage?

Drying is a method of food preservation that works by removing water from the food, which inhibits the growth of microorganisms and hinders quality decay. Drying food using sun and wind to prevent spoilage has been practised since ancient times, and was the earliest form of food curing. Water is usually removed by evaporation (air drying, sun drying, smoking or wind drying) but, in the case of freeze-drying, food is first frozen and then the water is removed by sublimation. Bacteria, yeasts and molds need the water in the food to grow, and drying effectively prevents them from surviving in the food.


Is drying of leaf a chemical change?

The simple act of drying a leaf (removing water) would not be a chemical change, but would represent a physical change. This is because if you were to re-hydrate the leaf, you should, in theory be able to make it the same as it was. However, the consequences of drying a leaf, i.e. what happens to various components of the leaf when water is removed, would represent a chemical change.


Suppose you have 100 kg of fresh strawberries What would be the approximate mass of the strawberries after freeze-drying?

uhm i think its 10 kg haha i hav the same thing for science XD it says removing water from food (freeze drying) reduces its mass by 90% and 100-90%=10 ..so yeah hope that helps!


What are the three basic methods of drying?

Sun drying,Heat drying,


How do you get rid of water damage on a book?

There are several steps to removing water damage from a book. Freezing, followed by vacuum freeze drying has been shown to be one of the most effective methods for removing water (although, this is often costly) In the majority of instances, drying must be followed by restoration and rebinding. Usually, it is less costly to replace the book. In a pinch, DIY methods include the following but will not give you the best results.


What is drying?

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Is the nile drying up?

Well no it's not. Every summer it floods. If sometime it doesn't flood then they are in trouble because the flooding provides the land around the river fertile soil, without it no agriculture can happen.


How do you check the motor oil level on a Chinese scooter?

The oil levl is easy to check by unscrewing the oil cap with a dip stick on the right side of the scooter, drying off the dipstick, reinserting the dipstick without screwing in the cap and pulling it out to see that the oil level is between the marks on the dip stick. If it is low, you need to add oil. If it is high, you should drain some oil. The scooter needs be level and the engine cool when you take your reading.


What is drying rate?

the speed at which drying occurs


A body preserved by drying?

a body preserved by drying


What happens to a tree to make it into timber to use?

The steps in getting from tree to lumber in a store are:Harvesting (cutting it down)Trimming (removing branches)Hauling it to a sawmillDebarkingSawing into beams and boardsGrading (removing the bad boards)Drying (to prevent shrinking and warpin when used)Transportation to the store


What is quick drying paint called?

Quick-Drying Paint


How did the Incas preserve their food?

Drying, (freeze-drying too!)


What effect can be achieved with finger drying hair?

How do you finger drying


How many syllables does drying have?

How many syllables in drying


How can a hydrate be turned into an anhydrate?

By drying, heating, vacuum drying