Two recollects in Canada regarding chocolate cakes made with raspberries, which could be infected with norovirus, are associated with an unspecified outbreak, in step with public health officers.
However, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency reviews there haven’t been any illnesses showed in connection with the chocolate-raspberry dessert product named in the remember notices.
“This keeps in mind become brought about by findings by way of the CFIA for the duration of its investigation right into a foodborne contamination outbreak,” both notices state. “The CFIA is accomplishing a food safety research, which may cause the keep in mind of other merchandise.
“. . . There have been no reported ailments related to the consumption of this product.”
The new bear in mind, posted Friday by the CFIA, is for France Délices emblem Choco-Raspberry Crunchy dessert. It reviews the product — in ninety five-gram programs with a product code of 8519 and a UPC variety of 7 74461 16122 7 — was allotted to retailers within the provinces of Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. It expands the listing of implicated retailers that was covered in a June 4 remember the note.
“This product has been bought clerk-served from retail counters, without or with a label or coding, as much as and which includes June 21, 2019. Consumers who are unsure in the event that they have bought the affected product are counseled to contact their store,” the CFIA don’t forget to be aware states.
A buddy of mine advised me that my article, ” Mouth-Watering Thai Desserts” on August ninth, 2008, does no longer have data on flour utilized in Thai desserts. My friend became right – I cited flour in one of the seven major components however I did no longer write anything approximately flour. Thus, continuing from the preceding article on “Mouth-Watering Thai Desserts” this text will recognition on flour utilized in Thai desserts. Taken together, those two articles provide a fuller photograph of Thai desserts.
The following are the commonplace flours utilized in Thai cakes: sticky rice flour, rice flour, cassava starch, corn starch, wheat flour, arrowroot starch, and mung bean flour.
Sticky Rice Flour (paeng Khao new)
Sticky rice flour is also referred to as “candy rice powder” or “glutinous rice flour.” It is made from brief-grain sticky rice that will become moist, company and sticky while cooking. This is because of its proportionally higher range of waxy starch molecules. With its chewy texture, sticky rice flour is a fave base for buns and pastries. Sticky rice flour is often mixed with plain rice flour to create a variety of Thai cakes.
In Thailand, there are 2 sorts of sticky rice flour: moist and dry. Wet sticky rice flour is finely milled with water, while dry sticky rice flour is finely milled with out water. When shopping for sticky rice flour, pick out products which have a white coloration and no scent or moisture.
Example desserts the use of sticky rice flour are Paeng Jee (grilled coconut cakes), Bua Loy Benjarong (taro, pumpkin, and mung dal bean balls in coconut milk) and Khanom Thua Prep (mung bean stuffing lined with shredded coconut meat).