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by edited,Ann H. Barrett,Armand V. Cardello

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Author: edited,Ann H. Barrett,Armand V. Cardello
ISBN: 1605950491
Language: English
Pages: 489 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: DEStech Publications, Inc (February 23, 2012)
Rating: 4.4
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Military Food Engineering and Ration Technology.

Military Food Engineering and Ration Technology. Army Natick RD&E Center. The book offers new data on numerous technologies used to solve problems such as nutrient densification, lightweighting, novel thermal processing, and long-term quality preservation in delivering appetizing foods. Testing techniques are explained for evaluating sensory qualities of foods and their effects on physical and cognitive performance. Foreword: Feeding the Warfighter by Gerald A. Darsch, Director, DoD Combat Feeding.

The book offers new data on numerous technologies used to solve problems such as nutrient densification, lightweighting, novel thermal processing, and long-term quality preservation in delivering appetizing foods and more. Format Hardback 489 pages.

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All ration components undergo extensive field testing before introduction.

This book about feeding the warfighter begins with a quote from Frederick the Great- Understand that the foundation of any army is the belly. All ration components undergo extensive field testing before introduction. This book also highlights what the DoD CFD and associated laboratories located at the Natick Soldier Center do to maintain and optimize warfighter performance-their mission-provide the best possible rations to the warfighter.

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The book offers new data on numerous technologies used to solve problems such a. .14. Consumer and Sensory Testing of Rations. Armand V. Cardello, Howard G. Schutz and Alan O. Wright. Beyond Liking: Other Quantitative Methods Used at NSRDEC.

The assumption that affect is bipolar is a long-held one, but recent studies in the food science literature have challenged this assumption through the use of separate scales for liking and disliking. Studies were conducted to index the perceived satiety value of a variety of military ration items, to assess the relationship of the food's nutrient composition, physical, and sensory properties to satiety, and to determine the ability of the sum of the satiety indices for individual meal components to predict total meal satiety

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Systematic synthesis of U.S. military's food product development, processing, packaging, testing, and distribution methods · Provides technical data for lightweighting, nutrient optimization, shelf-life extension, ready-to-eat, and self-heating foods

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Written by a team from the U.S. Army's Combat Feeding Directorate at the Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center, this technical volume represents a comprehensive guide to how the military designs, processes, customizes, packages and distributes highly palatable, long shelf-life food products for field personnel. The book offers new data on numerous technologies used to solve problems such as nutrient densification, lightweighting, novel thermal processing, and long-term quality preservation in delivering appetizing foods. Testing techniques are explained for evaluating sensory qualities of foods and their effects on physical and cognitive performance.