Butyl ethanoate has a fruity smell and can be described as a pear smell. Its molecular formula is CH3COOCH2CH2CH2CH3 and, like in this experiment can be produced from butanol and acetic acid. Butyl ethanoate is a colourless, flammable liquid which often is used in organic chemistry as a solvent. In industry, butyl ethanoate is used to manufacture lacquers, artificial leather, photographic films, plastics and safety glasses. Due it it’s fruity, pear odour it is used in flavouring and fragrance, however at extremely high concentrations butyl ethanoate is toxic
In early Jomon people developed small villages consisting of several pit houses of square shapes. The middle Jomon was very unique to me. Nuts were the main source of food in the fall, especially walnuts and chestnuts. They were collected in September and acorns in October and November. Fruit included wild grapes, mountain peaches and chocolate vine, which was a vine with a pomegranate-like fruit.
It is eaten by itself. It can be used in recipe, or processed into cashew cheese or cashew butter. The cashew apple is a kind of light red to yellow fruit, whose pulp can be made into sweet, astringent fruit drink or made into liquor. The shell of the cashew seeds stops derivatives that can be used in many ways from lubricants to paints, and also other parts of the tree have traditionally been used for things like snake bites and other folk
Ryan Malakie Principals of Environmental Science 10/8/2015 Pueraria Montana (Kudzu) Pueraria Montana or kudzu is a vine originating from the pea family, which can grow at a blister pace of one foot per day. Kudzu has compound leaves with 3 leaflets each measuring about 10 centimeters wide and 10 centimeters long. The woody vine of the plant grows to be about 2 centimeters in diameter, producing small purple flowers that smell like grapes. Kudzu is considered to be an invasive species in the United States due to its fierce growth that blankets the landscape, out-competing any native species. The Kudzu plant is native to the island nation of Japan, offering the same mixed deciduous forest biome as the majority of the Eastern United Sates.
The fresh green nuts are picked and eaten directly from trees in June and July. Around this time of year the almond is encased in a solid, fruity skin that can be illustrated as fuzzy and pale green. On the inside of this thick skin is the ingredient that is incorporated in so many dishes worldwide. When one breaks open the hard shell, one can find a white almond seed that can be split open to serve for the next meal. Almonds that are sold in Northern Europe are commonly harvested in Italy in August.
However, certain material still yield the colour that is expected like red onion produces reds shade, blueberries produce blue to purple shades and walnut that yield brown shade. Dyestuff can be obtained by extracting the natural resource and there is certain method
Red cabbage contains the source of anthocyanins, this anthocyanins contribute the colour to this plant. Since the anthocyanins are unique, by being wisely in colour range by its characteristic which is an indicators. This plant pH-range was very broad compare to others anthocayanins from, e.g. grape skin, elderberry and black current, which only can take a limited degree of colour at pH<4. While anthocyanin in red cabbage can perform
While selecting kale for a salad, there are two different types of kale. First, there is curly kale which is less suited for salads. It tends to be quite fibrous and grassy tasting. Second, there is flat kale which is known also as lacinato kale, Tuscan kale and dinosaur (dino) kale. This is the best type of kale
Occurring in plants, especially spinach, rhubarb, and certain other vegetables and nuts, and capable of forming an insoluble salt with calcium and interfering with its absorption by the body. (Garcia-Fernandez et al., 2014) Structure of oxalate ion Structure of calcium oxalate (Source: Garcia-Fernandez et al., 2014) 1.1 Oxalates in Food Food Category Example of foods Fruits Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, currants, kiwifruit, concord grapes, figs, tangerines, rhubarb and plums Vegetable Spinach, Swiss chard, beets (root part), beet greens (leaf part), collards, okra, parsley, leeks and quinoa are among the most oxalate-dense vegetables. Celery, green beans, rutabagas, and summer squash would be considered moderately dense in oxalates. Nuts and seeds almonds, cashews, and peanuts Legumes soybeans, tofu and other soy products Grains Wheat bran, wheat germ, quinoa Others Cocoa, chocolate, and black tea (Source: DeBruyne et al., 2011; Attalla et al., 2014) 2.0 Synthesis in
Basswood honey comes from the basswood tree, and its scientific name is tilia americana. Basswood works in many to most recipes. Blueberry honey is taken from white flowers of the blueberry bush, which is produced in New England and Michigan. Blueberry’s scientific name is vaccinium spp, and it is good as a sauce or in baked goods. Buckwheat honey comes from buckwheat plants; they grow best in cool, moist climates and are usually planted in spring or found growing wild.
There are different kinds and prices we can get from the big market. Following some examples a. Seeds include lentils ($0.86/lb), dry beans($0.59/lb) , bulgar($0.49/lb) and chick peas ($0.89/lb) b. Plants or trees products include dry meloukhia (7.49/lb), zatar (3.45/lb) and wonder rice (8.49/lb) c. Animal products include eggs(1.29/doz) , labneh(4.99/lb), feta cheese(2.79/lb) 3. a. Jams: apricot jam, quince jam and fig jam b. Sweets: filo dough, kataifi and dates c. Spices: all spices, cinnamon sticks and turmeric d. Drinks: grape, orange and apple juice 4.