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Lipases from Fermentation

June 21, 2000 smitsa 0

Lipases are enzymes that play a crucial role in the breakdown and metabolism of lipids (fats and oils). They catalyse the hydrolysis of triglycerides. They […]

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The Use Of Electrolyzed Water

May 5, 2000 smitsa 0

Electrolyzed water (EW) is a unique technology that has been gaining popularity in the food industry due to its effectiveness in reducing microbial contamination on […]

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Duck Balti Jalfrezi

August 26, 1999 smitsa 0

Ingredients 2 tablespoons vegetable oil or duck fat 1 duck breast 1/2 onion, thinly sliced 1/4 red bell pepper 1/4 yellow bell pepper 2 green […]

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March 21, 1999 smitsa 0

So you fancy eggs for breakfast and poached eggs fit the bill. Ever thought of Shakshuka which is a North African dish of poached eggs […]

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January 24, 1999 smitsa 0

Bacteriophages, often referred to as phages, are viruses that specifically infect and replicate within bacteria. The term “bacteriophage” originates from the Greek words “bakterion,” meaning […]

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Vegetable Biryani

August 23, 1997 smitsa 0

Ingredients: 275g basmati rice 40g ghee 1 large onion, finely sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed Thumb-size piece of fresh ginger, grated ½ tsp ground turmeric […]

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August 24, 1996 smitsa 0

 A dessert that resonates with the Royal culture of Bengal, Rajbhog is a popular Bengali dessert, which is often made during festivals and special occasions. […]

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Rheology and Rheometers

June 20, 1996 smitsa 0

Rheology is the study of how materials deform and flow under the influence of applied forces or stresses. Several mathematical equations are used in rheology […]

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The Power of Raman Spectroscopy

March 19, 1996 smitsa 0

Raman spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique used in various fields, including chemistry, materials science, biology, and pharmaceuticals. Named after the Indian physicist Sir C.V. […]

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Simple Bhuna Khichuri

August 26, 1995 smitsa 0

  Khichuri (also known as khichri in the Indian subcontinent) is a dish essentially of rice and lentils. There are an infinite varieties of Khichuri. […]