“How long will this take to freeze or thaw?” This is a question that is regularly asked, and the short answer is always, “It depends!” I thought I would take an opportunity to build on Kristine’s fantastic article from August and highlight some of the history and science behind solid-liquid transitions as they occur in everyday foods and the complexity of why freezing and thawing can be so challenging. Read More...
Plums are the fruiting bodies from plants that belong to the subgenus Prunus (1). They have a smooth pit and a groove running down one side of the fruit. Plums have been cultivated all over the world since prehistoric times. Like other fruits such as apples, plums are available in many different varieties. Click title to read more.
In addition to exercising and sleeping right, correct nutrition plays a major role in development, protection, and maintenance of brain functions. Our brains require a constant supply of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to keep up with the extraordinary work load of the central nervous system. The brain only makes up about 2% of the weight of a human adult. At the same time, this organ can be... Click title to read more.
When you demand purity, filtration is a great technology that helps to get the job done. From maintaining incoming water quality specifications to separating materials into refined component streams, filtration is relied upon for providing high yield purification without damaging delicate beneficial compounds....Click title to read more.