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Studies

by Michael Ho


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bisin, chili, food, preservative, science, sucrose



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The science of food has led to some pretty important discoveries as modern technology is applied to more and more food processing techniques. While some folks are suspicious of foods that have indefinite shelf lives, being able to avoid billions of tons of food waste can't be all bad. Here are just a few quick links on some interesting food findings. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.

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    Anonymous Coward, 19 Sep 2011 @ 6:40am

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    When preparing the food, you'll have much longer exposure to the hot food than when you just eat it.

    This weekend, I made homemade jalapeno poppers and did not wear gloves...bad idea. My hand still burn (its Monday), but I ate them and my mouth and belly are just fine.

    It's the length of exposure that matters and necessitates the protective gear for the food prep staff.

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