As I sat down to think about this research paper I thought about chocolate and all the things I could write about and they all seem to be the same thing. Where chocolate came from, and how it was made as well as how do you cook with it and even some chocolate recipes. I wanted to do something that I thought had never been done before, be original I hope that this is something that you haven’t seen before in a research paper.
Chocolate can be constructed in many different ways. Besides of using it in sculpting and shaping, it can be imprinted with patterns and cut into shapes for cake decoration. But in today’s world many invention has taken place in the chocolate industry over the past few years. Here are some of the new ways that chocolate is being use in technology. 1. The Chocolate Whiff
David Edwards a Harvard professor has patented a new way to consume chocolate: called Le Whif it is made up of a tube that sprays a mist of chocolate. It delivers one kilocalorie (calorie) per spray; this invention gives the healthy-conscious a way to satisfy their chocolate cravings without the gilt. 2. A Chocolate Printer
At Cornell University a scientist has created a 3-Demintional food printer that can print using hypodermic needles filled with chocolate. The printer not only can do chocolate, but also any edible ingredient that can be put in liquid form. The needles act in combination with computer to create layers which slowly become a 3-Demintional object. 3. Chocolate meets Fashion
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Because of its molding capabilities chocolate Stacey Van Waldick of Promise Me Chocolates a chocolate company in New York has created chocolate gems, rings and pendants for party favor wedding and special occasion, while one a year New York City presents a Fashion show called “ The Chocolate Show” where all the clothing are made up of chocolate. 4. The Chocolate that is a Vitamin
Every body knows about how eating chocolate is supposed to release endorphin to the brain which helps to release stress. But now there is a company in Northern California that has begun to put polyunsaturated acids like omega-three as well as immune booster in chocolate. This will help to increase the health benefits of eating chocolate. 5. Chocolate that you can listen to.
I know what you are thinking but the answers in “No” chocolate can’t speak, but Ben Milne a baker from Scotland was try to find a way to help his friends promote their album when he decided to put the band’s music on a chocolate record, after that made a playable chocolate CD. Now that is the real meaning of “the sweet sound of music”. 6. No-melting chocolate
The melting point of chocolate is between 86°-90° right? Wrong because there is a company in Ireland that has the patent to what is said to be the world’s first chocolate that does not melt. The clam is that chocolate has oils in it that makes it bendable and resistant to heat. The Play-dough like chocolate can easily be used by pastry chiefs, comes in three different varieties milk white and dark and, and it is totally digestible.
7. Technology meets chocolate
Based out of San Francisco California TCHO (Technology+Chocolate) is an up and company that produces chocolate with an different flare Timothy Childs founder was an NASA software programmer who decided to strike out on his on with a vision to make chocolate from scratch and in doing so here created what he calls the TCHO dark chocolate flavor wheel which consists of flavors like chocolately, citrus, nutty, earthy, fruity and floral. Childs also invented an iphone app that he can log on to and control his flavor lab by remote he can control time, temperature and shut the machines off and on.
Chris Parker 482. 004 Dr. Singer In 1996 deregulation allowed California utility companies to sell power plants and collect over 19 billion dollars in ratepayer subsidies. The money was used to purchase plants in other countries, reward executives with huge pay raises and buy back stock. A handful of unregulated companies withheld power, causing shortages to boost wholesale prices. Deregulation ...
With technology changing by the day the thought of what can be done with chocolate is now unlimited. Where is chocolate going “The World will never know?”
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