Food Bites is an easy-to-read, often humorous book on the scientific basis of the foods we eat, and answers those pesky, niggling questions such as: Is the quality of beer really affected by the type of water used? and Processed foods: good or bad? Readers will be captivated by this superbly written book, especially so as their guides are Professor Richard Hartel, professor of Food Engineering at UW-Madison, along with his daughter, AnnaKate Hartel. Professor Hartel has for the last four years penned a witty and illuminating column on all aspects of food science for the Capital Times of Madison, and his weekly wisdom has now been collected into a single publication. With a huge and growing interest in the science of food, this treasure trove of knowledge and practical information, in 60 bite-sized chunks, is sure to be a bestseller.These sweeteners reduce the amount of ice and keep the Popsicle from being too hard. ... There are Popsicles that glow in the dark, with a glow stick inserted down the middle. You can even make your own frozen ice pop, just like we did as kids, by pouring liquid Jell-O, Kool-Aid or fruit juice into molds and letting themanbsp;...
|Author||:||Richard W Hartel, AnnaKate Hartel|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-03-01|