There is also a method of not adding salt at all until the dish is cooked and sprinkled with salt when serving. This is a relatively new culinary technique that uses salt effectively as a flavor accent. For the salt to be sprinkled on the grilled meat, a crystallized salt such as Fleur de Sel from Guerande in France is suitable. Because the particles are large, you can enjoy the crunchy texture, and the texture when chewing is impressive. The point here is the shape of the salt crystals. The rapid evaporation that occurs during manufacturing processes such as table salt produces uniform, small grains. (The faster the crystal growth rate, the smaller the crystal size.) So it takes longer to melt on your tongue. Sea salt crystals, on the other hand, melt faster on the tongue because of their complex shape (flaky, pyramidal, irregular, jagged pieces) and large surface area. In other words, it has a strong salty taste.
Meat does not shrink easily when grilled on the bone
The reason meat shrinks is mainly that collagen shrinks. Collagen is present in large amounts between bones and muscles and plays a role in firmly connecting bones and muscles. This is because if the bones are removed and heated, the collagen will shrink without restraint.
how to ripen fruit
There are two types of fruit ripening. ① A type in which maturation begins with ethylene gas. mature after harvest. (Climateric fruit) Banana, melon, mango, papaya, kiwi, fig, apple, avocado, tomato, pear, peach, plum, etc. ②It ripens only when it becomes a mother plant. Does not mature after harvest. (non-climatic type fruit) Oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes, pineapples, dragon fruit, lychees, paprikas, grapes, cherries, pomegranates, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, etc. Regarding ①, pectin is decomposed by the action of pectinase, and fructose and glucose are increased by the action of amylase. Ethylene gas is effective for this, and if you put fruits that generate a lot of gas (bananas, apples, etc.) in a plastic bag with other fruits, they will be ready to eat sooner.