By D L Downing
The thirteenth version of a whole path in canning is prepared for distribution for these drawn to the canning, glass packing, and aseptic processing industries. This booklet has been absolutely revised and up to date via Dr Donald Downing. The books are a technical reference and textbooks for college students of foodstuff know-how; nutrients plant managers; product examine and improvement experts; meals gear brands and salesmen; agents; and nutrition providers. the 3 books comprise a complete of over 1650 pages. Dr Donald Downing, Professor of meals processing, long island Agricultural test Station, Cornell collage, Geneva, big apple, has introduced jointly many topics, heretofore unpublished, as a unit. the target used to be to make the books so entire that they hide all levels of processing and so whole that they can be used as textbooks in meals know-how classes, in addition to reference manuals and guide books for the entire meals processing undefined, lay members, in addition to the pro foodstuff technologist. This new version has been completely revised and elevated over past variations, having new sections, new items and techniques, and covers matters from making a marketing strategy and making plans a foodstuff processing operation, via processing and into the warehousing of the completed product.
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12 - Beet Processing 38 PROCESSING PROCEDURES FOR CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS With the second and preferred procedure, the beets are first blanched, then run through a rough roll grader to knock off loose skins and then through the continuous peeler where they are subjected to steam pressures of 90-100 psi (630-700 kPa) for about 11/2 minutes. This procedure greatly increases the output of the pressure peelers. It is customary to run peeled beets through a continuous roll type peeler equipped with polishing rolls.
CANNING OF VEGETABLES 37 Water blanching generally is not used, since this method causes bleaching of color from the beets. Peeling After blanching, the beets are peeled. This generally is done by lye peeling, by steam-pressurepeelers or by continuousroller-typepeelers. When continuous roller-type peelers are used, care must be exercised to remove small stones which will seriously affect the service life of the rolls. Beets are lye peeled by submersion in a hot lye bath, followed by reel type washers equipped with high pressure sprays to remove the skins.
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