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Richard L Horstman, Reuben E Oder, Robert L Prosise, Kathleen A Pieper, Genevieve R Smith, Robert S Dirksing, Susan B Baggott: Simplified undirectional twist-up dispensing device with incremental dosing. The Procter & Gamble Company, Rodney M Young, December 22, 1998: US05851079 (133 worldwide citation)

A unidirectional twist-up dispensing device with incremental dosing for dispensing a product is provided. This twist-up dispensing device includes a hollow housing defining a chamber having an open dispensing end and an open actuating end having a interior surface. A piston located within the chambe ...


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Robert L Prosise, Algis S Leveckis, Charles L Gunn: Cookware with liquid microwave energy moderator. February 16, 1982: US04316070 (80 worldwide citation)

A moderator for cooking foods evenly in a microwave oven is described. The moderator is in the form of an enclosure having a fluid impervious outer layer. Attached to the inside surfaces of the outer layer is a liquid film forming layer which converts a dielectric fluid placed in contact with the la ...


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Daniel R Blair, Richard B Lomneth, Robert L Prosise, Bernard Y Tao: Margarine oil product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Eric W Guttag, Rose Ann Dabek, Richard C Witte, June 28, 1983: US04390561 (74 worldwide citation)

A margarine oil product useful for margarines and other emulsified spreads, especially stick-type products is disclosed. The margarine oil product comprises a soft oil and a particular structural fat, and is characterized by solid fat content and fatty acid composition. The structural fat used to ma ...


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Robert D Feeney, Robert L Prosise, Joseph McGrady, Raymond L Niehoff, David A Volker: Process for making brownies containing cellulosic fiber. The Procter & Gamble Company, Ronald L Hemingway, Gary M Sutter, Richard C Witte, September 27, 1988: US04774099 (44 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to improved baked goods, and in particular brownies, which contain an absorbent edible fiber. Improvements have been noted in the areas of chocolate flavor display, texture, tolerance to underbaking, height and moisture retention. The baked goods are made from a mix whi ...


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Robert L Prosise, Christopher W Widenhouse, Andrew J Wnuk, Paul R Bunke, Joseph A Milenkevich: Microwave susceptor incorporating a coating material having a silicate binder and an active constituent. The Procter & Gamble Company, M E Hilton, Rose Ann Dabek, M B Graff IV, August 30, 1994: US05343024 (36 worldwide citation)

A microwave susceptor which includes a dielectric substrate and a dry layer of microwave active coating material overlaying at least a portion of the substrate is provided. The coating material includes a silicate binder and an active constituent and the weight ratio of the silicate to active is abo ...


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Robert D Feeney, Robert L Prosise, Joseph McGrady, Raymond L Niehoff: Potato based dough containing highly pectinated cellulosic fibers. The Procter & Gamble Company, Karen F Clark, Gary M Sutter, Richard C Witte, October 24, 1989: US04876102 (32 worldwide citation)

Improved fried food potato-based products are formulated by the addition of certain water absorbent cellulosic fibers (hereinafter "fibrous cellulosic material"), preferably those high in pectin (hereinafter "cellulosic absorbent material"), most preferably Modified Citrus Absorbent Material (herein ...


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Robert L Prosise, Paul R Bunke: Microwave food carton having two integral layer-divider panels and blank therefor. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael E Hilton, John V Gorman, Richard C Witte, September 17, 1991: US05049710 (31 worldwide citation)

A microwave food carton having two integral layer-divider panels, and a one piece blank which may be erected to form the carton. Surface areas of the top and bottom walls of the carton, and the integral layer-divider panels, are each provided with a layer of microwave susceptor material so that they ...


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Robert B Lewis III, Robert L Prosise: Confectionery cremes. The Procter & Gamble Company, Edmund F Gebhardt, Rose Ann Dabek, Richard C Witte, September 9, 1986: US04610884 (26 worldwide citation)

A substantially water-free creme having from about 20% to about 50% of a rapidly melting confectionery fat and 50% to about 80% of a carbohydrate is disclosed. This creme has a disordering temperature of between 80.degree. F. and less than 102.degree. F. and a melt rate of 15 seconds to 75 seconds a ...


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Robert L Prosise, David A Volker: Co-milling fiber for use in foods. The Procter & Gamble Company, Gary M Sutter, Ronald L Hemingway, Richard C Witte, September 12, 1989: US04865863 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention is a process for rendering an edible fiber more easily hydratable for addition to food products. Edible fiber is co-milled in a multi-impact mill with sugar and optionally flour and starch. This co-milling improves the dispersion and the water absorbing rate of the fiber when it is ad ...


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Paul R Bunke, Robert L Prosise: Microwave susceptor package having an apertured spacer between the susceptor and the food product. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Michael E Hilton, E Kelly Linman, May 31, 1994: US05317120 (6 worldwide citation)

A single use combined shipping display and cooking microwave package is provided for heating a plurality of food pieces in a microwave oven. The packaging includes a microwave transparent enclosure which has a top panel and a bottom panel. Located adjacent to and generally coextensive with the botto ...