Food Processing And Preservation by B. SivasankarThe book provides comprehensive coverage of the processing and preservation aspects of food science that include chemical, microbiological and technological processes on the one hand, and assessment of food quality and safety, new and modified foods by fermentation, food-borne diseases and food spoilage on the other. The preservation operations involving the use of high and low temperatures and radiation have also been discussed in detail.
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The Magic School Bus in a Beehive
Sign in. Watch now. Title: In a Beehive 14 Sep Tim's beekeeper Grandfather has the sweetest honey in town. Frizzle turns her class into bees so they can visit a hive and learn how raw honey is processed firsthand.
When Tim delivers the last of the season's honey to his grandfather's customers, the jars get broken. Tim's solution is simple: Get more honey from some bees. But Ms. Frizzle sweetens the idea by turning her class into bees and showing them a beehive up close and personal. How will the bee-kids communicate this information to the bees in time for them to harvest enough honey before the flowers are killed by the impending frost? Time: 30 minutes Group Size: Up to 8 students per group.
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It originally aired on September 14, When Wanda and Tim are delivering honey from his grandfather's bee farm, it all goes down the gutter in an accident with a bee. He manages to convince Ms. Frizzle to take them to get more, but on the way there, she drives down a road other than the one that leads to the bee farm. They arrive at a beehive, help the bees to get honey for the winter, and also get honey for Tim, after transforming into bees, of course, but Phoebe doesn't want to take the bees' honey. They make their own nectar, but when a bear breaks in, they have to save the hive.