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Food Science

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

1965

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Tenderness Of Beef Round Roasted At Two Oven Temperatures In Relation To Cooking Losses, Cooking Time, Power Consumption, And Other Sensory Properties, Robin Dalrymple Simmers Aug 1965

Tenderness Of Beef Round Roasted At Two Oven Temperatures In Relation To Cooking Losses, Cooking Time, Power Consumption, And Other Sensory Properties, Robin Dalrymple Simmers

Masters Theses

From the Introduction): Abbreviated

The present study was designed to compare the tenderness and quality of adjacent top-round roasts cooked at 300oF. and 200oF. oven temperatures.


The Retention Of Vitamin B6 In Roasts From The Longissimus Dorsi Muscle Of Beef When Cooked By Dry Heat, Jeanne Rebecca Vannoy Aug 1965

The Retention Of Vitamin B6 In Roasts From The Longissimus Dorsi Muscle Of Beef When Cooked By Dry Heat, Jeanne Rebecca Vannoy

Masters Theses

Summary: The average amount of vitamin B6 retained in the longissimus dorsi roasts after cooking to the medium-done stage was 78.8 per cent. On average, 16.6 per cent of the vitamin B6 was transferred to the drippings giving a total average retention of vitamin B6 in roasted beef of 93.4 per cent. This retention is somewhat higher than that which had been reported previously, but is consistent with what is known concerning the stability of vitamin B6 in the presence of heat.


The Effect Of Ammonia On Frozen Foods, Abdel-Hamid A. Kassem Mar 1965

The Effect Of Ammonia On Frozen Foods, Abdel-Hamid A. Kassem

Masters Theses

On March 3, 1962, a liquid-ammonia line broke in the frozen food storage room at the University of Tennessee Food Technology Department, and exposed the foods in the 0° F storage room to ammonia. Customers of the Department complained that the flavor and odor of the foods had been ruined.

In January 1964, the same type of accident occurred on a commercial scale. A liquid-ammonia line broke in the 0° F storage room at a commercial company in Knoxville, Tennessee. The room was 30 by 60 by 15 feet (approximately 2700 cubic feet), and the amount of ammonia liberated was ...