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Chapter 4 Temperature Abuse and Temperature Monitoring Part 1
This video introduces the idea of temperature abuse, the temperature danger zone and different means by which to check and monitor temperatures.
Chapt 2 Biological Contamination and FATTOM
This is an introduction to the concept of biological contamination and ends with a discussion of FATTOM. FATTOM is an acronym used to identify means of controlling microbial growth.
July 15 (Video #12) Oxygen and Temperature
oxygen utilization and temperature groupings.
Types of Contamination and Major Factors Leading to Food Borne Illness
This video addresses types of contamination (Chemical, Physical, Biological) as well as major factors related to food borne illnesses.
Chapt 4 Temperature Monitoring, Probe Maintanence and Calibrations
This video discusses how to maintain and calibrate temperature monitoring devices as well as defining the required accuracy of thermometers.
Chapt. 2 Plant Toxins, Mushrooms and Seafood Toxins
The video identifies plant and seafood related biological toxins. These include poisonous mushrooms, honey from mountain laurel, Raw Fava Beans as well as Scombroid poisoning (histamine), Ciguatera poisoning as well as red tide in shellfish and sy...
EE001 Final Project: Temperature Probe in Tinkercad
This video is a description and explanation of the temperature probe I made in tinkercad for the final lab assignment in EE001.
Summer is here and for maple sugar makers that means contest time. Entering syrup in a contest is a great way to show off your product, make sure your syrup meets standards and earn a class winner or best is show ribbon. There are a few things to ...
Summer is here and for many sugar makers that means maple contest time. Entering syrup in a contest is a great way to show off your product, make sure your syrup meets grading standards and perhaps earn a class winner or best of show ribbon. There...