Home Economics - Food & Nutrition CHAPTER 3

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What are perishable foods?
fresh foods which decay rapidly
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What are non-perishable foods?
foods which have been processed to prevent rapid decay
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Where should raw meat be kept in the fridge?
Bottom shelf?
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Where should milk/eggs be kept in the fridge?
Bottle rack/egg rack
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Where should butter/margarine/yogurts be kept in the fridge?
Top shelf
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Where should cooked meats/cheese be kept in the fridge?
Middle shelf
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Where should Vegetables/salads be kept in the fridge?
Salad drawer
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Where should flour/rice/pasta/sugar be stored?
Dry cupboard in sealed containers
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Where should tinned foods be stored?
Dry cupboard
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Where should b'fast cereals/tea/coffee be stored?
Sealed containers or tins
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Where should herbs/spices be stored?
Away from sunlight in dry cupboard
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Where should bread be stored?
Sealed plastic bags or bread bins
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What is Blanching?
cooking veg or fruit in boiling water for short periods to inactivate enzymes
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What is convection?...e/g
heat moving through liquids and gases by convection currents - oven
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What is conduction?
heat conduced through molecules in solids and liquids - hob
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What is radiation?
infra-red rays directed onto foods - toaster/grill
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What is the function of fats in food?
tenderized and makes it crumbly/moist
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What is the function of eggs in food?
enrich (add nutritional benefits), coagulate
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What is the function of sugar in foods?
sweetens and tenderizes
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What is the function of flour in food?
Strucutre
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Food Prep...microwaves etc SEE SEPARATE SHEET :-)
SEE SEPARATE SHEET :-)
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Convenience foods - SEE SEPARATE SHEET :-)
SEE SEPARATE SHEET :-)
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