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Which of the following cooking methods would produce food with a smoky, slightly charred flavor? A. Saut ing B. Grilling C. Roasting D. Baking

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

B. Grilling

Explanation:

Grilling is a cooking method that uses a temperature in excess of 260 °C (500 °F) either from a direct or radiant heat source. It usually involves grill places directly above heat source (mostly flame), so food cooked has a slightly smoky and charred flavor.

In sautéing or sauteing food is cooked in a shallow pan with small amount of oil or fat, so it has no direct contact with flame and hence with no smoky or charred flavor.

Roasting may have smoky or charred flavor only if you roast it directly above the flame.

Baking usually involves heating the food in an oven or in some cases by indirect heat from ashes or hot stones, so baked food too has almost no chance of smoky or charred flavor.


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The Funeral portraits were placed on top of Roman mummy cases, which differed from Egyptian mummy cases.

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A mummy is defined as a person or animal whose body has been protected after death by drying or other means. When most people think of mummies, they envision human forms surrounded in layers upon layers of plasters, arms crossed as they steadily shuffle forward.

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This painting by Correggio, Assumption of the Virgin, is an example of the art technique which involves the graduation of light and shadow to produce a hazy effect. What is the term used for this technique?a. modelingc. sfumatob. blendingd. lithograph

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C

Explanation:

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Answer:

Sfumato

Explanation:

is an Italian term for graduations of light and shadow to produce a hazy effect. This painting is by Correggio called, Assumption of the Virgin. Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's spotlighting effects of illumination of sfumato, Correggio used sfumato to create a dreamlike effect in his fresco.

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    The first profession that existed in the world, was that of cook.

    According to studies, approximately 1.9 million years ago, when Homo erectus dominated the soil of this planet, the need arose to cook and prepare the foods that were found.

    The profession of cook also emerged before the craft of farming, since these groups lived like nomads and did not settle permanently in a single place.

   The cook, therefore, was the person in the group who was in charge of one of the most important tasks. Their work was rewarded by the right to receive food, protection and shelter.

   The researchers were only able to reach these conclusions, after finding specific kitchen utensils close to fossils of that time.

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    So this was the first exclusively human activity that can be considered a trade, a profession.

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Explanation:

According to a different source, the options that come with this question are:

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  • Teaching.
  • Prostitution.
  • Medicine.

Prostitution is often known as the "world's oldest profession." This is because this profession addresses a need that has always been present in humans and that is considered absolutely essential to our existence. Moreover, the practice requires little specialization or technological development, and is of interest all over the world. However, besides this, architecture could possibly be one of the world's oldest professions as well.

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Answer:

True

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I believe the answer is b..

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