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Building on the success of using simplified rigs to advance the development and validation of a thermal soak CAE method, in the present work a new Soak Test Rig (STR) is proposed which targets a more realistic representation of the nature and physical complexity of the real world thermal soak test.
The 10-min and the 20-min soak treatments may liberate reducing sugars and asparagine necessary for production of acrylamide, leading to higher acrylamide concentrations in these treatments.
After the 20 minutes were up, I turned off the burner and let the rice still soak up steam for another 10 minutes.
Mix half a cup of baking soda in 7-8 cups of lukewarm water and soak your feet in it for 30 minutes everyday.
I found it was also great simply to make the soak more comfortable.
CONTAINING electrolytes, the Bath Soak promises to help replace lost minerals thereby easing muscular aches and pains.
Another good reason to soak and rinse nuts--especially walnuts and almonds--is to remove the tannins and thus improve their taste.
Soak dried dog food in gravy until soft and mix to a very stiff paste.
I've heard that I should soak my feet at night in hot water; I've heard that I should soak my feet at night in cold water.
The change in peak temperature, time above liquidus and soak time of each combination was recorded.
If you need further proof that the conceptual apparatus surrounding winemaking isn't quite as tightly constructed as, say, the theories behind rocket science or brain surgery, look no farther than the cold soak.
ENERGY RESOURCE-19 November 2008-Nova Biosource Biodiesel Passes Cold Soak Test(C)2008 JeraOne - http://www.