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Shiowshuh Sheen, John H Moyer, Simon Gagel: Microwavable susceptor and method of using same. DCA Food, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, April 4, 1995: US05403998 (13 worldwide citation)

A susceptor for use in the microwave cooking of food, includes a first plastic film, a second plastic film, and a semi-liquid lossy material disposed intermediate the first and second films. The lossy material includes glycerine, sucrose ester, and chloride salt, 25 grams of the lossy material in a ...


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Shiowshuh Sheen, John Moyer, Simon Gagel: Microwavable fry-like cooking process. DCA Food, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, February 15, 1994: US05286504 (11 worldwide citation)

A fry-like microwave cooking process for producing food with a crisp exterior and a soft, tender interior includes the steps of applying an edible hydrophilic lossy susceptor to at least a portion of the surface of the food bearing a moisture-retardant edible barrier layer, and microwave cooking the ...


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Simon Gagel, ShiowShuh Sheen, John Moyer: Process for preparing tender, juicy microwaveable meat. DCA Food, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, January 24, 1995: US05384140 (6 worldwide citation)

In a process for preparing a coated microwaveable meat which will be juicy and tender after microwave cooking, the meat is intimately contacted with an aqueous solution having a pH of 5.0-9.0 and a cation normality ratio of Na.sup.+ /K.sup.+ /Ca.sup.++ of 2-10/1-6/1-4, the contact continuing until t ...


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Ellen Lauber, Simon Gagel, Paul Bruns, Jeremy Ivie, Matthew Spolar, Paul Wolff: Low-glycemic alcoholic beverages and methods for making same. Atkins Nutritionals, Hoffmann & Baron, May 25, 2006: US20060110519-A1

The invention relates to low-glycemic alcoholic beverages comprising a low-glycemic syrup and an alcohol-containing ingredient. The low-glycemic syrup comprises a) an essence of a food, b) a low-glycemic component capable of extracting an essence from a food, and c) an extraction enhancer.