I said: "I'll help you with them" whereupon I pulled a churn
out and started to roll it two-handed toward the kitchens.
enable liquid ingredients to be prepared in a high risk area, then sealed and transferred securely to the point where they are added to the main process.
Llangollen Railway workers loading milk churns
onto the trains at Berwyn Picture: George Jones/Llangollen Railway
During the late 1920s, many folks gave up on farming and moved to town in the wake of the Agricultural Depression that persisted through the "Roaring Twenties," and there was a sharp drop in the demand for churns
. Then came the Great Depression, and like a lot of other firms, Dazey struggled.
They do work okay but take a long time to churn
down the mix and they don't always freeze the mix down fully before defrosting, so you have to put the mix into the freezer half-churned to finish freezing and it will go hard forming lots of ice crystals and the ice cream/sorbet will not be smooth.
Of the sweet cream butter I'd made earlier in the day, my Italian visitor said, 'It tasted heavenly." Sweet cream butter is churned
from cream that has not been acidified by the conversion of milk sugar (lactose) into lactic acid by lactobacillus bacteria.
One such phrase is "churn
," which in newsroom parlance refers to the turnover in editorial personnel.
There, the glob gets mixed and churned
with juices containing more enzymes and hydrochloric acid (acid that digests protein and kills bacteria).
Chrysler plants in Mexico churn
out Ram Chargers and also minivans--the same minivans that are leading sales growth in the United States.
The Tufts and Genzyme researchers say they have since refined their gene-splicing technique, producing a female goat that churns
out 3 milligrams of TPA per milliliter - 10 times the concentration secreted by the first female.