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\"Bottom line being, though, that we need to ensure that our products taste good, because our accountability is also to our shareholders. And there's no way we could start down-formulating the usage of salt, sugar, fat if the end result is going to be something that people do not want to eat.\"
Employing scientists to dissect elements of the palate and tweak ratios of salt, sugar and fat to optimize taste, the processed food industry, Moss says, has hooked consumers on their products the same way the cigarette industry hooked smokers on nicotine.
Since that meeting in 1999, when executives declined to craft an industrywide standard for more healthful products, some companies, like Kraft, have tackled the issue unilaterally, altering recipes to cut down on salt, sugar and fat. Moss' research, however, indicates that government regulation may be necessary to implement industrywide standards in the interest of public health.
\"As Philip Morris came under pressure for nicotine and cigarettes, it eventually started looking at the food divisions in light of the emerging obesity crisis. And there were moments in these internal documents where Philip Morris officials were saying to the food division, 'You guys are going to face a problem with salt, sugar, fat in terms of obesity of the same magnitude, if not more than [what] we're facing with nicotine right now. And you've got to start thinking about this issue and how you're going to deal with that.' \"
Department of Energy scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory analyzed high-resolution global and regional near-surface wind speed model results to find out how large the unresolved variability is in model grid cells that are about 200 km in size. Using these results, they developed a computationally efficient method to estimate the magnitude of sub-grid (smaller than 200 km) wind variability caused by different physical mechanisms, and to take into account such variability when calculating sea salt and dust emissions in the Community Atmosphere Model version 5 (CAM5). They found that the impact of sub-grid wind variability on sea salt emission is negligible. In contrast. small-scale air motions associated with localized surface heating or complex topography can cause substantial increases in dust emissions. When these effects are accounted for, the model will either predict a 50% increase in the global and annual mean dust emissions, or predict the same total amount but with more contributions from weaker wind events and fewer contributions from stronger wind events, all depending on how other uncertain parameters in the model are adjusted. The new method of representing wind variability provides the basis for future work on further improving the realism of the simulated, wind-driven aerosol emissions.
A\"fresh ham\" is an unsmoked pork hind leg, chef Frank Stitt writes in \"Frank Stitt's Southern Table.\" This recipe for roast fresh pork is among the cookbook's recipes and \"gracious traditions,\" as the subtitle has it, from his Highland Bar and Grill. It's a dish that could well take pride of place at any festive dinner.
Combine water, salt, sugar, garlic, juniper, thyme, bay leaves, parsley, chile peppers, black pepper and thyme in a large pot and bring to a simmer, stirring until the salt and sugar are dissolved, then transfer to a deep pot. Place in the refrigerator to cool thoroughly before using.
Meanwhile, trim the spring onions, then cut them, stems still attached, into 4 to 6 wedges each. Place the onions in the saute pan and add a pinch of salt and pepper, the remaining 1 tablespoon butter, and 2 tablespoons water. Bring to a simmer over high heat and cook until glazed, 5 to 7 minutes.
Rub the bottom and sides of a 10-inch gratin dish with the garlic. Scatter the cooked sliced onions and bacon on the bottom and season with salt and pepper. Top with a layer of the spring onion wedges. Scatter the grated cheeses evenly over the onions, then sprinkle the bread crumbs over the top. Pour the cream in along the edges of the gratin and dot the top with a little extra butter, if desired.
In this virtual talk, Weiler will examine the history and necessity of salt, along with the design and use of its colorful containers. The presentation will cover the story of salt, salt bag features and their connection to tribal life in the region. The various tribes and cultures are shown, together with a selection of their salt bags. 781b155fdc