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    includes 6 pounds of banana chips that cost $1.99 per pound‚ how many pounds of dried apricots will be needed and what is the cost per pound for the dried apricots? 6. A 50-gallon vat of milk is 6% butterfat. How much skim milk (no butter fat) should be added to make milk that is 3% butterfat? Algebra #79 7.7 A Mixture Problems 1. A coffee shop owner mixes two types of coffee to make a specialty blend. Individually‚ the coffees sell for $7.50 per pound and $10.00 per pound

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    white vinegar Icing 8ounces cream cheese‚ at room temperature 8ounces mascarpone cheese‚ at room temperature 1teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1cup confectioners/icing/powdered sugar‚ sifted 1 1/2cup cold heavy whipping cream (double cream‚ 35-40% butterfat) 1. Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C. Grease a 9x13x1 inch baking sheet or jelly roll pan and line the bottom with parchment. Line a 12-cup standard muffin tin with cupcake liners. Whisk cake flour‚ cocoa and salt in a bowl. 2. Place oil and sugar in

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Ice cream‚ a sweet flavored frozen food usually containing cream and butterfat‚ is simply one of the most delectable and most popular treats in the world. Ice cream has been around for hundreds of years and it has never failed to bring delight to both children and adults alike. [2] Included in the Top 10 Most Famous and Popular Filipino Dessert is the sorbetes. It is popularly peddled in the street of the Philippines and is known as the Philippine

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    Making mashed potatoes from scratch Are people always buying boxed or premade mashed potatoes because making them homemade is too hard? This is the discovery that it’s not that hard to create a very tasty homemade mashed potatoes. Of course it takes a little more work than dumping a package into a pot or microwaving something from the freezer. However‚ the cook will prepare homemade mashed potatoes and have the satisfaction of knowing they were made from scratch. Preparing mashed

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    ice cream production line DESCRIPTION OR ICE CREAM PRODUCTION LINE -Formulation: The ingredients used in ice cream production are: fat;milk solids-non-fat (MSNF);sugar/non-sugar sweetener;emulsifiers/stabilisers;flavouring agents;colouring agents. -Weighing‚ measuring and mixing: Generally speaking‚ all dry ingredients are weighed‚ whereas liquid ingredientscan be either weighed or proportioned by volumetric meters. -Homogenisation and pasteurisation: The ice cream mix flows through a

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    Gap analysis of the Goa ice cream market. A BRIEF HISTORY OF ICE CREAM BUSINESS IN GOA HOME Ice creams have been consumed in Goa in the form of deserts as early as the late sixties. The market was then limited to the urban rich. Popular restaurants and hotels made their own ice cream recipes. House hold consumption was limited to self made ice creams at home. Yummy started its operations in Goa in the early seventies. As a manufacturer it was the first to enter the ice

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    Milk and Ice Cream

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    Units 11&12 Food‚ vegetable‚ soup‚ chicken‚ bird‚ salad‚ ice cream‚ bread‚ cheese‚ egg‚ meat‚ butter‚ sugar‚ cereal‚ spaghetti‚ salt‚ pepper‚ water‚ milk‚ wine‚ soda/pop‚ shopping‚ store‚ buy‚ cost‚ expensive‚ cheap‚ total‚ dollar‚ money‚ can’t‚ won’t/refuse‚ increase‚ decrease‚ easy‚ hard‚ think‚ run-out‚ deplete‚ hear‚ cabinet‚ lecture‚ earth quake‚ make‚ first‚ cup‚ shocked‚ awful‚ home‚ wind‚ party Call by phone/phone‚ fly/airplane‚ TTY/call by TTY‚ dry hair/hair dryer‚ put on hearing aid/hearing

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    Ice Cream Market Analysis

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    Secondary research summary #1 – The US Market of Ice Creams and Related Frozen Desserts Ice cream is a subcategory of the frozen dessert which has projected sales in 2010 of approx. $24 billion. Additionally‚ ice cream itself now captures 59.7% of this market‚ with total sales of $12.9 billion. There is currently a 3.7% growth rate based on current sales figures. This growth in sales is not due to a market which is consuming more ice cream‚ but rather is spending more on the ice cream that it consumes

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    The origins of ice cream go way back to the 4th century B.C. In the 13th century‚ Marco Polo learned of the Chinese method of creating ice and milk mixtures and brought it back to Europe. It became a fashionable treat in Italy and France. Definition of an ice cream To call a product "ice cream‚" two basic requirements must be met: • The treat must be at least 10-percent milk fat • Use sugar as the sweetener. Though there is a potential market for fat-free and sugar-free ice creams‚ the country’s

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    Demographics of the Ice Cream Industry The Canadian demographic for ice cream has been a constant presence of a sweet treat on a hot summer day. Thankfully‚ Canadians love ice cream‚ and enjoy it all year around. But‚ just who is enjoying this delicious milky treat‚ and what opportunities and threats does that leave the ice cream industry with? Opportunities Canadians have loved ice cream for centuries‚ and it shows today as children as young as ages 2-12‚ and folks as mature as 75 and up love

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