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Transcript: Fairfield, CA Facts San Leandro, CA Gummi Bears Sprite videos Eat sugar in moderation Chocolate is beneficial to your health There are various types of natural sugar that are better for you (honey) Candy Common ingredients: sugar (sucrose), water, gelatin, starch, corn syrup, unique flavors (artificial or natural) Process: temperature determines sugar concentration, two types: crystalline (fudge), amorphous (caramels), dissolving sugar in milk or water until a syrup is formed, which is then boiled to carmalization; coloring and flavoring is added Stats: 23.9=amount of candy consumed by American/year; $84=aver. amount spent What are sweets? A sweet is a type of food having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; rarely bitter, salty, or sour bibliography Guittard Chocolate Burlingame, CA Results/Relevance Health and Chemistry Bazooka Sources Sugar should be eaten in moderation because it has several harmful implications Sweets Chocolate (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Other types of sweets: cotton candy, ice cream, taffy, marshmallows, energy drinks, etc. Candy Soda Common ingredients: water, CARBONation, sweetener, flavoring agent Process: mix dry or fresh ingredients with water (carbonated or not); add syrup Gum: Common ingredients: rubber, sweetener Process: mix ingredients, add flavor, knead dough, shape gum Stats: 100,000 tons of chewing gum are consumerd/year; 374 trillion sticks are produced M&M's Soda: is a carbonated beverage. Candy: candy varieties are influenced by the size of the sugar crystals, aeration, sugar concentrations, colors and types of sugar used. Soda/Gum Process&Stats impact Gum: a type of sweet made of chicle, a natural latex product, or synthetic rubber known as polyisobutylene Trident Layers Chocolate Common ingredients: sugar, cocoa butter, milk or milk powder, vanilla, cocoa liquor Process: Processing-fermentation, cleansing, and roasting of beans; blending; conching-grinding into smaller particles; tempering-heating to create texture of chocolate; storage Stats: average american eats 10-12 lbs/year; 3.5 million lbs/day of whole milk in chocolate; shelf-life=1 year Monterey, CA Chocolate: is a raw or processed food produced from the seed of the tropical Theobroma cacao tree. Food Science: The Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition by Mehas Rodgers photos Pepsi things to remember Union City, CA By knowing the chemistry of sugar, we can find cures to several diseases that are associated with sugar Hershey's Kisses Assets Crockett, CA places to go Red Vines Important Details Gobstoppers Knowing the chemistry of various sweets, scientists can counter their harmful effects by creating new, artificial sugars or finding cures to the diseases sugar may cause

Nanban Sweets Presentation

Transcript: Japan!! By: Yoka Murakami 7F How did Nanban Trade change the sweets in Japan? About Nanban Trade About Nanban Trade Japanese trade with mainly Portugal, Spain and Netherlands It began in 1543 and ended by 1639. It began by Portuguese ship which came to Kagoshima prefecture. But supervision of Christianity by Shogunate, extentions of commertial rights by England/Netherlands and Japan's National Isolation affected it badly. And in 1639, it ended with deaths of people from Netherlands. 1543~1639 History History The part shown is when Nanban Trade was. Image This is an illustration by Japanese people at that time. The ship in the right is the ship from other countries. Images Before (Before Nanban Trade) Images: Before and After After (Today) Nanban Trade is something that caused a big change! EXAMPLES OF SWEETS What is "Nanban Sweets"? Nanban Sweets are the sweets that were imported by Nanban Trade. They were mainly from Portugal, Spain or Netherlands. They were prized since they were made with flour, sugar, eggs etc which were not familiar to the Japanese people. Christian Missionaries used them to spread Christianity. Castella was brought to Japan in 1556 by Portuguese people. It is based on Portuguese sweets "pão de Castella". It is a type of cake, which is very soft, and made with Flour, sugar, egg and honey etc. In 1596~1615, it became so popular. It took about 400 years for Japanese people to investigate and develop perfect way to create castella. Castella CASTELLA Interesting Fact: At first Japanese people thought castellas are for medical use because it included honey! Its name comes from Portuguese word "confeito" which means "Sugar sweets". It was brought to Japan in the end of 16th century, and people in Nagasaki Prefecture started to produce them there. Using small seeds or type of sugar as core, it is made with thick layer of sugar, which creates its special shape. It became so popular because of its unique shape. Konpeito KONPEITO Now it is one of very cheap sweets, but when it was popular, some workers even made 70 kg of konpeito by the hand! The name "Karumera" comes from Portuguese word "Caramello" Today it is one of very cheap sweets made with raw sugar, water and baking soda, but at first it was made with egg and ice sugar, which made them more expensive. Also, it lost its original value because it was very easy to make. Honeycomb Toffee (karumera) HONEY COMB TOFFEE Today it is very rare and sometimes can be seen in the food stall etc. (Even I have never seen or tasted it!) First biscuit in Japan was made in 1875. In Japan, they are different from Cookies. Mostly biscuit is thinner and crunchier than cookies, and includes less fat (butter, etc.) Biscuits can be divided into 3 big groups: Hard/Soft/Fancy. Fancy Biscuits are made with more egg and sugar than Hard or Soft, and It has unique and "FANCY" shapes. Biscuit BISCUIT And this is "Fancy Cookies" It is based on sweets from Portugal. It is made with flour, egg and sugar etc. Most basic shape of Bolo is small and round. There are so many types of Bolo, so some of them are lot more bigger and have flower shape. Sometimes it is popular as snacks for babies. Bolo BOLO Bibliography Bibliography Encyclopedia Maipedia. “Castella”-Kotobank. Kotobank, Accessed 22 May 2019. Digital Daikisen. “Konpeito”. Kotobank, Kotobank, Accessed 22 May 2019. Encyclopedia Maipedia. “Biscuit”-Kotobank. Kotobank, Accessed 22 May 2019. Digital Daikisen. “Karumera”. Kotobank, Kotobank, Accessed 27 May 2019. Encyclopedia Maipedia “Fancy Biscuit”-Kotobank. Kotobank, Accessed 27 May 2019. Encyclopedia Maipedia. “Bolo”-Kotobank. Kotobank, Accessed 21 May 2019. Digital Daikisen. “CIrcle Bolo”. Kotobank, Kotobank, Accessed 27 May 2019 Wikipedia for brainstorming Wikipedia. “Nanban Sweets”,Wikipedia,Wikipedia,

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