Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food Ingredients

Author: Robert S. Igoe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 255

View: 986

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of information on over 1,000 food ingredients and additives. Like the previous editions, the Fifth Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. This revised and updated fifth edition also features a new section, “Food Definitions and Formulations,” a thoroughly expanded list of food ingredients approved for use in the European Union, with E numbers, as well as new information on existing and more recently approved ingredients.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food and Ingredients

Author: Robert S. Igoe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

View: 166

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. The updated and revised Third Edition contains approximately 150 new entries, and includes an updated and expanded bibliography. It also lists food ingredients ac cording to U. S. federal regulatory status. Users of the two previous editions have commented favorably on the dictionary's straightforward and clearly-written definitions, and we have endeavored to maintain that standard in this new edition. We trust it will continue to be a valuable reference for the food scientist, food processor, food product developer, nutritionist, extension specialist, and student. R. S. Igoe Y. H. Hui vii Ingredients A Acacia See Arabic. Acesulfame-K A non-nutritive sweetener, also termed acesulfame potas sium. It is a white, crystalline product that is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is not metabolized in the body. It is relatively stable as a powder and in liquids and solids which may be heated. Acesulfame-K is approved for use in dry food products. Acesulfame Potassium See Acesulfame-K.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food and Ingredients

Author: Robert S. Igoe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

View: 997

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. The updated and revised Third Edition contains approximately 150 new entries, and includes an updated and expanded bibliography. It also lists food ingredients ac cording to U. S. federal regulatory status. Users of the two previous editions have commented favorably on the dictionary's straightforward and clearly-written definitions, and we have endeavored to maintain that standard in this new edition. We trust it will continue to be a valuable reference for the food scientist, food processor, food product developer, nutritionist, extension specialist, and student. R. S. Igoe Y. H. Hui vii Ingredients A Acacia See Arabic. Acesulfame-K A non-nutritive sweetener, also termed acesulfame potas sium. It is a white, crystalline product that is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is not metabolized in the body. It is relatively stable as a powder and in liquids and solids which may be heated. Acesulfame-K is approved for use in dry food products. Acesulfame Potassium See Acesulfame-K.
Cooking

Dictionary of Japanese Food

Author: Richard Hosking

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 462

Nominated for the Glenfiddich Food Book of the Year Award, this timeless volume is the first and only book of its kind on the subject. A Dictionary of Japanese Food helps food lovers around the world decipher the intricacies and nuances of Japanese cooking and its ingredients. Definitions in ordinary cookbooks and standard dictionaries—such as akebia for akebi, sea cucumber for namako, plum for ume—can be inadequate, misleading, or just plain wrong. Richard Hoskings eliminates the mystery by ensuring that each entry in the Japanese-English section includes the Japanese term in Roman script; the term in kana or kanji or both; a Latin name where appropriate; an English definition; and, for most entries, a short annotation. The English-Japanese section defines important English food terms in Japanese and annotates those needing explanation. One hundred small line drawings make it easy for readers to identify everything from mitsuba to the okoze fish, and seventeen appendices address the most critical elements of Japanese cuisine, from the making of miso and the structure of the Japanese meal to the tea ceremony. Newly typeset and featuring a fascinating and informative new foreword by Japanese cookbook author Debra Samuel, A Dictionary of Japanese Food will continue to help both food lovers and visitors to Japan discover the wonders of one of the world's great cuisines.
Science

Dictionary of Food Compounds with CD-ROM

Author: Shmuel Yannai

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 1784

View: 525

The Dictionary of Food Compounds with CD-ROM: Additives, Flavors, and Ingredients provides comprehensive information on 30,000 compounds found in food, including: NATURAL FOOD CONSTITUENTS Lipids Proteins Carbohydrates Fatty acids Flavonoids Alkaloids FOOD ADDITIVES Colorants Preservatives Antioxidants Fl
Health & Fitness

A Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives, 7th Edition

Author: Ruth Winter

Publisher: Crown Archetype

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 608

View: 162

An Essential Household Reference…Revised and Updated With our culture’s growing interest in organic foods and healthy eating, it is important to understand what food labels mean and to learn how to read between the lines. This completely revised and updated edition of A Consumer’s Dictionary of Food Additives gives you the facts about the safety and side effects of more than 12,000 ingredients–such as preservatives, food-tainting pesticides, and animal drugs–that end up in food as a result of processing and curing. It tells you what’s safe and what you should leave on the grocery-store shelves. In addition to updated entries that cover the latest medical and scientific research on substances such as food enhancers and preservatives, this must-have guide includes more than 650 new chemicals now commonly used in food. You’ll also find information on modern food-production technologies such as bovine growth hormone and genetically engineered vegetables. Alphabetically organized, cross-referenced, and written in everyday language, this is a precise tool for understanding food labels and knowing which products are best to bring home to your family.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food Ingredients

Author: Y. Hui

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

View: 370

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. The updated and revised Third Edition contains approximately 1 SO new entries, and includes an updated and expanded bibliography. It also lists food ingredients ac cording to U. S. federal regulatory status. Users of the two previous editions have commented favorably on the dictionary's straightforward and clearly-written definitions, and we have endeavored to maintain that standard in this new edition. We trust it will continue to be a valuable reference for the food scientist, food processor, food product developer, nutritionist, extension specialist, and student. R S. Igoe Y. H. Hui vii Ingredients A Acacia See Arabic. Acesulfame-K A non-nutritive sweetener, also termed acesulfame potas sium. It is a white, crystalline product that is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is not metabolized in the body. It is relatively stable as a powder and in liquids and solids which may be heated. Acesulfame-K is approved for use in dry food products. Acesulfame Potassium See Acesulfame-K.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food Ingredients

Author: Robert S. Igoe

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 234

View: 873

Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a concise, easy-to-use resource, covering over 1,000 food ingredients and additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. Organized alphabetically, definitions cover functionality, chemical properties, and applications, and thorough cross referencing allows readers to follow related and similar ingredients. A section based on the Code of Federal Regulations lists food ingredients according to their US approval status, and a bibliography pinpoints further information. New to this edition are 'Ingredient Categories,' which groups principal ingredients by function and describes the characteristics and applications of each group, and E numbers for ingredients. In addition, the book will be thoroughly updated with new information on existing ingredients and newly approved ingredients.The 'Dictionary' is an unparalleled source of information, providing practical, scientific, and regulatory information on every important ingredient and category. This will be of value to food scientists, ingredient suppliers, dietitians, extension specialists, and students.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food and Ingredients

Author: Robert S. Igoe

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

View: 809

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. The updated and revised Third Edition contains approximately 150 new entries, and includes an updated and expanded bibliography. It also lists food ingredients ac cording to U. S. federal regulatory status. Users of the two previous editions have commented favorably on the dictionary's straightforward and clearly-written definitions, and we have endeavored to maintain that standard in this new edition. We trust it will continue to be a valuable reference for the food scientist, food processor, food product developer, nutritionist, extension specialist, and student. R. S. Igoe Y. H. Hui vii Ingredients A Acacia See Arabic. Acesulfame-K A non-nutritive sweetener, also termed acesulfame potas sium. It is a white, crystalline product that is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is not metabolized in the body. It is relatively stable as a powder and in liquids and solids which may be heated. Acesulfame-K is approved for use in dry food products. Acesulfame Potassium See Acesulfame-K.
Foreign Language Study

Dictionary of Food

Author: Charles Sinclair

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN:

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 640

View: 808

The Dictionary of Food is the indispensable companion for everyone who loves reading about food, or cooking it. We live in a globalised world, and our tastes in food have widened dramatically in recent years. The Dictionary of Food reflects this huge cultural shift. With concise descriptions of dishes, ingredients, equipment, and techniques, it brings the world's cuisines, familiar and less familiar, within our grasp. '... so interesting that it only stayed on my desk very briefly before it was taken away... invaluable in anyone's kitchen and particularly useful for professional chefs.' - Caroline Waldegrave, Leiths School of Food and Wine
Health & Fitness

A Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives

Author: Ruth Winter

Publisher: Random House LLC

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 595

View: 133

Supplies consumers with vital information needed to judge the safety of a wide variety of food additives, updating the reference to encompass the more than twelve thousand ingredients in new food products, and offers detailed explanations of food production technologies, safe storage procedures, and the new label regulations. Original. 15,000 first prinitng.
Reference

International Dictionary of Food and Cooking

Author: Charles Gordon Sinclair

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 594

View: 531

Provides short definitions for professionals and novices alike of some 24,000 foreign words used in cooking in the English language, including ingredients, cooking processes, cooking implements and equipment, and details of service, as well as scientific, botanical, medical, technological, hygienic, and nutritional terms. Drinks, wines, and spirits are only included where they are used as flavorings in food. c. Book News Inc.
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food Ingredients

Author: Y. Hui

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

View: 889

The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized in alphabetical order, include information on ingredient functions, chemical properties, and uses in food products. The updated and revised Third Edition contains approximately 1 SO new entries, and includes an updated and expanded bibliography. It also lists food ingredients ac cording to U. S. federal regulatory status. Users of the two previous editions have commented favorably on the dictionary's straightforward and clearly-written definitions, and we have endeavored to maintain that standard in this new edition. We trust it will continue to be a valuable reference for the food scientist, food processor, food product developer, nutritionist, extension specialist, and student. R S. Igoe Y. H. Hui vii Ingredients A Acacia See Arabic. Acesulfame-K A non-nutritive sweetener, also termed acesulfame potas sium. It is a white, crystalline product that is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. It is not metabolized in the body. It is relatively stable as a powder and in liquids and solids which may be heated. Acesulfame-K is approved for use in dry food products. Acesulfame Potassium See Acesulfame-K.
Business & Economics

The International Dictionary of Food & Nutrition

Author: Kenneth N. Anderson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 330

View: 303

Offers more than 7,500 definitions of food ingredients, garnishes, sauces, entrees, and appetizers and identifies the ethnic or cultural origin of each term
Technology & Engineering

Dictionary of Food Ingredients : Single User

Author: R. Igoe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page:

View: 701

This concise, easy to use dictionary provides definition s of more than 1,000 commonly used food additives, including natural ingredients, FDA approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The entries, written in a clear and straight forward manner, present concise information on functionality, chemical properties, and applications. The revised and expanded Third Edition features, 150 new entries. The dictionary also includes an up to date listing of food ingredients according To The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and an updated and expanded bibliography. The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is an unparalleled source of ready, accessible information on food ingredients For The food scientist, food processor, dietitian extension specialist, and student.
Cooking

International Dictionary of Food & Cooking

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 594

View: 757

A comprehensive dictionary of over 24,000 entries covering all aspects of food and cooking and useful for any practicing chef, amateur enthusiast, gastronome, or student. Dictionary includes dishes and ingredients from over 35 different countries : covers ingredients, classical dishes, cooking processes and cooking implements.
Cooking

The Cassell Food Dictionary

Author: Sonia Allison

Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 480

View: 249

Includes definitions for over 6,000 foods, ingredients, and cooking terms and techniques
Technology & Engineering

IFIS Dictionary of Food Science and Technology

Author: International Food Information Service

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 488

View: 563

“When comparing this dictionary, there is very little competition at all… a very useful resource in the industrial, profession-al and supporting research areas, as well as for non-food scientists who have supervisory and management responsibility in a food area.” –Food & Beverage Reporter, Nov/Dec 2009 “I would thoroughly recommend this book to food scientists and technologists throughout the universities, research establishments and food and pharmaceutical companies. Librarians in all such establishments should ensure that they have copies on their shelves.” –International Journal of Dairy Technology, November 2009 “A must-own.” –Food Industry News, August 2009 IFIS has been producing quality comprehensive information for the world’s food science, food technology and nutrition community since its foundation in 1968 and, through its production of FSTA – Food Science and Technology Abstracts, has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence. Distilled from the extensive data held and maintained by IFIS, the dictionary is easy to use and has been rigorously edited and cross-referenced. Now in an extensively revised and updated second edition, this landmark publication features: 8,612 entries including 763 new entries and over 1,500 revised entries Reflects current usage in the scientific literature Includes local names, synonyms and Latin names, as appropriate Extensive cross-referencing Scientific editing from the team at IFIS