crumb structure

crumb structure

[′krəm ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
A soil condition in which the particles are crumblike aggregates; suitable for agriculture.
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The bakers on this show want to do more than impress with their skill at crumb structure - they specialise in creating showstoppers.
In general, the characteristics of emulsifiers in the bakery industry are to improve the dough strength, crumb structure, water absorption rate, brighter crumb and finer grains.
Hence, decreasing the salt content strongly may result in issues with such factors as dough hydration, dough handling, dough tolerance, the volume of the finished product, the crumb structure, the shelf life and, most importantly, the taste.
The investigators analyzed the dough and bread for quality parameters, namely specific volume, crumb structure and staling profile.
And they'll need to be " because there's hours of anxious hanging about in that rain-lashed tent while they wait for their dough to rise - only to have their best efforts dismissed by Hollywood in seconds by the merest glance at their crumb structure.
And they'll need to be because there's hours and hours of anxious waiting about in that rain lashed tent while they wait for their dough to rise and prove - only to have their best efforts dismissed by Hollywood in a matter of seconds by the merest glance at their crumb structure.
Lipases can be used in a wide range of industrial processes, such as: reduced fermentation time in the brewing industry, softening bread, improves crumb structure and controls the non-enzymatic browning, enhancing the aroma and hydrolysis of fat milk in the dairy industry, synthesis of short chain fatty acids esters and alcohols (HASSAN et al.
Baking enzymes unlock the natural emulsification properties of lipids that are present in wheat flour; using this technology can help manufacturers to effectively replace emulsifiers and improve the softness, quality, crumb structure and overall shelf-life of their products.
Other sectors of use for the enzymes include during egg processing, to stop mayonnaise "splitting" in the jar, and in bakeries - to improve shelf life, crumb structure and oven spring in bread.
Hydraulic and stress-free dough dividers are preferred, because they minimize damage to the dough and maintain proper volume and crumb structure in the product.
The truth is that exposure to the air encourages the breakdown of humus in the soil, and the loss of humus reduces the crumb structure.
Both the mind and soil crumb structure can entertain tiny seeds, but below a certain temperature it's fruitless.