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Fermentation Sayings By John Steinbeck: I guess the difference is that dampness comes down but dankness rises up out of I guess the difference is that dampness comes down but dankness rises up out of rot and fermentation. — John Steinbeck
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Fermentation Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: God made yeast, as well as dough, and loves fermentation just as dearly as he God made yeast, as well as dough, and loves fermentation just as dearly as he loves vegetation. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Fermentation Sayings By Louis Pasteur: My present and most fixed opinion regarding the nature of alcoholic fermentation is this: The My present and most fixed opinion regarding the nature of alcoholic fermentation is this: The chemical act of fermentation is essentially a phenomenon correlative with a vital act, beginning and ending with the latter. I believe that there is never any alcoholic fermentation without their being simultaneously the organization, development, multiplication of the globules, or the pursued, continued life of globules which are already formed. — Louis Pasteur
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Fermentation Sayings By Matt Haig: I looked at the transprent yellow liquid in the glass. I tasted it and tasted I looked at the transprent yellow liquid in the glass. I tasted it and tasted fermentation. In other words I tasted life on Earth. For everything that lives here ferments, ages, becomes diseased. But as things made their decline from ripeness they could taste wonderful, I realised — Matt Haig
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Fermentation Sayings By W.B.Yeats: You have accused me of upsetting order by my free drinks, and I have showed You have accused me of upsetting order by my free drinks, and I have showed you that there is a more dreadful fermentation in the Sermon on the Mount than in my beer-barrels. Christ thought it in the irresponsibility of His omnipotence. — W.B.Yeats
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Fermentation Sayings By Tony Hendra: If my belief in the God-force-principle-thing had faltered from time to time, it was completely If my belief in the God-force-principle-thing had faltered from time to time, it was completely reaffirmed that morning when I considered how completely brilliant a creation was fermentation. From decay came a pleasure sublime enough to keep decay at bay. Only for a few minutes, perhaps, but some minutes are like no others. — Tony Hendra
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Fermentation Sayings By John Durant: Fermentation is right up there with cooking as one of the most powerful methods to Fermentation is right up there with cooking as one of the most powerful methods to transform food. — John Durant
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Fermentation Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: I have wished to see chemistry applied to domestic objects, to malting, for instance, brewing, I have wished to see chemistry applied to domestic objects, to malting, for instance, brewing, making cider, to fermentation and distillation generally, to the making of bread, butter, cheese, soap, to the incubation of eggs, &c. — Thomas Jefferson
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Fermentation Sayings By Stephane Mot: A heavy gas generated by the fermentation of equally dense ideas, stupidity is the most A heavy gas generated by the fermentation of equally dense ideas, stupidity is the most common renewable source of energy, the easiest to extract, and the least costly, except when coupled with nuclear energy. — Stephane Mot
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Fermentation Sayings By Amy Stewart: The science of fermentation is wonderfully simple. Yeast eat sugar. They leave behind two waste The science of fermentation is wonderfully simple. Yeast eat sugar. They leave behind two waste products, ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. If we were being honest, we would admit that what a liquor store sells is, chemically speaking, little more than the litter boxes of millions of domesticated yeast organisms, wrapped up in pretty bottles with fancy price tags. — Amy Stewart
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Fermentation Sayings By Jeff Sparrow: Lambic is flat, since all carbon dioxide produced during lambic fermentation escapes from the barrel. Lambic is flat, since all carbon dioxide produced during lambic fermentation escapes from the barrel. Packaged young, lambic develops carbonation in a manner similar to a cask or bottle of real ale. Real ale is casked or bottled at the end of fermentation with just enough fermentable sugar left in solution to provide a gentle carbonation. The microorganisms responsible for lambic fermentation can consume virtually any type of sugar; therefore, the brewer never bottles young lambic. The fermentation of the remaining sugar in young lambic would produce enough carbon dioxide to shatter the bottle. — Jeff Sparrow
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Fermentation Sayings By Eduard Buchner: If fruit juices or sugar solutions are left to stand in the open air, they If fruit juices or sugar solutions are left to stand in the open air, they show after a few days the processes which are covered by the name of fermentation phenomena. — Eduard Buchner
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Fermentation Sayings By J.K. Rowling: He thought that it was all over, finished, done with. Andrew had never yet had He thought that it was all over, finished, done with. Andrew had never yet had reason to observe the first tiny bubble of fermenting yeast, in which was contained an inevitable, alchemical transformation. — J.K. Rowling
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Fermentation Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: What magic there is in a girl's smile! It is the raisin which, dropped in What magic there is in a girl's smile! It is the raisin which, dropped in the yeast of male complacency, induces fermentation. — P.G. Wodehouse
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Fermentation Sayings By Jeff Sparrow: Among the early commercial adopters of wild beer were the Cottonwood Brewery of Boone, North Among the early commercial adopters of wild beer were the Cottonwood Brewery of Boone, North Carolina, and Joe's Brewery of Champaign, Illinois. Brewer John Isenhour gained a "cult status" for his production of beers with a lambic profile in the mid-1990s using wild yeast and bacteria that he kept active at various stages of the lambic fermentation cycle. John quite successfully marketed the "Lambic" to his rather conservative clientele in this central Illinois college town as "Belgian lemonade. — Jeff Sparrow
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Fermentation Sayings By Jeremy Collier: A man by tumbling his thoughts, and forming them into expressions, gives them a new A man by tumbling his thoughts, and forming them into expressions, gives them a new fermentation, which works them into a finer body. — Jeremy Collier
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Fermentation Sayings By Eduard Buchner: We allowed ourselves to become particularly interested in research into the appearance of intermediate products We allowed ourselves to become particularly interested in research into the appearance of intermediate products of sugar decomposition during cell-free fermentation. — Eduard Buchner
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Fermentation Sayings By John Hillaby: What makes good bread? It is a question of good flour and slow fermentation. In What makes good bread? It is a question of good flour and slow fermentation. In the old days we used to leave the dough to ferment for at least three or four hours, and it wasn't necessary to put chemicals into the dough. Today the farmers get much bigger crops from the same piece of ground, but the wheat has lost its taste. And to make it look nice and white - comme un cadavre - the millers grind it up fine and sift it, so you are left with very little except starch. — John Hillaby
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Fermentation Sayings By Eduard Buchner: The initiation of the fermentation process does not require so complicated an apparatus as is The initiation of the fermentation process does not require so complicated an apparatus as is represented by the living cell. The agent responsible for the fermenting action of the press juice is rather to be regarded as a dissolved substance, doubtless a protein; this will be denoted zymase. — Eduard Buchner
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Fermentation Sayings By Rose George: Along with all the other stunning statistics China can provide, it can also claim to Along with all the other stunning statistics China can provide, it can also claim to be the world leader in making energy from human excrement. Biogas, as this energy is known, can be produced from the fermentation of any organic material, from wood to vegetables to human excreta. — Rose George
Fermentation Sayings By Don Kladstrup: After picking, grapes were crushed with bare feet. The must, or grape juice, was then After picking, grapes were crushed with bare feet. The must, or grape juice, was then poured into giant vats, followed by a process called pigeage, in which naked workers plunged themselves into the frothy liquid. Holding tightly to chains that had been fastened to overhead beams, the workers would then raise and lower themselves over and over again, stirring the must with their entire bodies so as to aerate the mixture and enhance the fermentation. — Don Kladstrup
Fermentation Sayings By Truman Capote: Great fury, like great whisky, requires long fermentation. Great fury, like great whisky, requires long fermentation. — Truman Capote
Fermentation Sayings By Meridel Le Sueur: What happens in a strike happens not to one person alone ... It is a What happens in a strike happens not to one person alone ... It is a crisis with meaning and potency for all and prophetic of a future. The elements in crisis are the same, there is a fermentation that is identical. The elements are these: a body of men, women and children, hungry; an organization of feudal employers out to break the back of unionization; and the government Labor Board sent to "negotiate" between this hunger and this greed. — Meridel Le Sueur
Fermentation Sayings By William James: Religious fermentation is always a symptom of the intellectual vigor of a society; and it Religious fermentation is always a symptom of the intellectual vigor of a society; and it is only when they forget that they are hypotheses and put on rationalistic and authoritative pretensions, that our faiths do harm. — William James
Fermentation Sayings By Lionel Poilane: What many bakers don't realise is that good wheat can make bad bread. The magic What many bakers don't realise is that good wheat can make bad bread. The magic of bread baking is in the manipulation and the fermentation. What has been lost....is this method. — Lionel Poilane
Fermentation Sayings By John Rush: Methods of detoxifying and processing plants for human use are known throughout the world, and Methods of detoxifying and processing plants for human use are known throughout the world, and include a variety of techniques, including dehydration, application of heat, leaching, and fermentation, among others (Johns and Kubo 1988). While it is difficult to trace the origins of these methods, or to answer the questions of how certain groups learned to detoxify and process useful plants in their environment, to make a blanket claim that certain cultures were incapable of discovering plant properties, and the methods necessary for rendering them same and useful, seems naive at best. — John Rush
Fermentation Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: But I had no mind for these smooth things; instead, fear worked like yeast in But I had no mind for these smooth things; instead, fear worked like yeast in my thoughts, and the fermentation brought to the surface, in great gobs of scum, the images of disaster; a loaded gun held carelessly at a stile, a horse rearing and rolling over, a shaded pool with a submerged stake, an elm bough falling suddenly on a still morning, a car at a blind corner; all the catalogue of threats to civilized life rose and haunted me; I even pictured a homicidal maniac mouthing in the shadows, swinging a length of lead pipe. — Evelyn Waugh
Fermentation Sayings By Joseph Priestley: [The doctrine of air] I was led into in consequence of inhabiting a house adjoining [The doctrine of air] I was led into in consequence of inhabiting a house adjoining to a public brewery, where I at first amused myself with making experiments on the fixed air [carbon dioxide] which I found ready made in the process of fermentation . When I removed from that house I was under the necessity of making the fixed air for myself; and one experiment leading to another, as I have distinctly and faithfully noted in my various publications on the subject, I by degrees contrived a convenient apparatus for the purpose, but of the cheapest kind. — Joseph Priestley
Fermentation Sayings By Robertson Davies: Civilization rests on two things," said Hitzig; "the discovery that fermentation produces alcohol, and voluntary Civilization rests on two things," said Hitzig; "the discovery that fermentation produces alcohol, and voluntary ability to inhibit defecation. And I put it to you, where would this splendidly civilized occasion be without both? — Robertson Davies
Fermentation Sayings By Richard P. Feynman: There in wine is found the great generalization: all life is fermentation. There in wine is found the great generalization: all life is fermentation. — Richard P. Feynman
Fermentation Sayings By Justus Von Liebig: I will now direct the attention of scientists to a previously unnoticed cause which brings I will now direct the attention of scientists to a previously unnoticed cause which brings about the metamorphosis and decomposition phenomena which are usually called decay, putrefaction, rotting, fermentation and moldering. This cause is the ability possessed by a body engaged in decomposition or combination, i.e. in chemical action, to give rise in a body in contact with it the same ability to undergo the same change which it experiences itself. — Justus Von Liebig
Fermentation Sayings By Cesare Beccaria: The laws receive their force and authority from an oath of fidelity, either tacit or The laws receive their force and authority from an oath of fidelity, either tacit or expressed, which living subjects have sworn to their sovereign, in order to restrain the intestine fermentation of the private interest of individuals. — Cesare Beccaria
Fermentation Sayings By Franz Grillparzer: Piety is the fermentation of the forming mind and the putrefaction of the disintegrating one. Piety is the fermentation of the forming mind and the putrefaction of the disintegrating one. — Franz Grillparzer
Fermentation Sayings By Michael Pollan: Some researchers attribute the increase in gluten intolerance and celiac disease to the fact that Some researchers attribute the increase in gluten intolerance and celiac disease to the fact that modern breads no longer receive a lengthy fermentation. The organic acids produced by the sourdough culture also seem to slow our bodies' absorption of the sugars in white flour, reducing the dangerous spikes of insulin that refined carbohydrates can cause. (Put another way, a sourdough bread will have a lower "glycemic index" than a bread leavened with yeast.) Lastly, the acids activate an enzyme called phytase, which unlocks many of the minerals that, in a seed, have been carefully locked up (or "chelated") for the eventual use of the germinating plant. To — Michael Pollan
Fermentation Sayings By Tom Robbins: If kissing is man's greatest invention, then fermentation and patriarchy compete with the domestication of If kissing is man's greatest invention, then fermentation and patriarchy compete with the domestication of animals for the distinction of being man's worst folly, and no doubt the three combined long ago, the one growing out of the others, to foster civilization and lead Western humanity to its present state of decline. — Tom Robbins
Fermentation Sayings By Sigmund Freud: The moment a man questions the meaning and value of life, he is sick, since The moment a man questions the meaning and value of life, he is sick, since objectively neither has any existence; by asking this question one is merely admitting to a store of unsatisfied libido to which something else must have happened, a kind of fermentation leading to sadness and depression. — Sigmund Freud
Fermentation Sayings By George Santayana: A soul is but the last bubble of a long fermentation in the world. A soul is but the last bubble of a long fermentation in the world. — George Santayana
Fermentation Sayings By Douglas Adams: Here's what the Encyclopedia Galactica has to say about alcohol. It says that alcohol is Here's what the Encyclopedia Galactica has to say about alcohol. It says that alcohol is a colourless volatile liquid formed by the fermentation of sugars and also notes its intoxicating effect on certain carbon-based life forms. — Douglas Adams
Fermentation Sayings By John Ciardi: Fermentation and civilization are inseparable. Fermentation and civilization are inseparable. — John Ciardi
Fermentation Sayings By Tom Standage: Coffeehouses were centers of self-education, literary and philosophical speculation, commercial innovation, and, in some cases, Coffeehouses were centers of self-education, literary and philosophical speculation, commercial innovation, and, in some cases, political fermentation. But above all they were clearinghouses for news and gossip, linked by the circulation of customers, publications, and information from one establishment to the next. Collectively, Europe's coffeehouses functioned as the Internet of the Age of Reason. — Tom Standage
Fermentation Sayings By Michael Pollan: To ferment your own food is to lodge a small but eloquent protest - on To ferment your own food is to lodge a small but eloquent protest - on behalf of the senses and the microbes - against the homogenization of flavors and food experiences now rolling like a great, undifferentiated lawn across the globe. It is also a declaration of independence from an economy that would much prefer we remain passive consumers of its standardized commodities, rather than creators of idiosyncratic products expressive of ourselves and of the places where we live, because your pale ale or sourdough bread or kimchi is going to taste nothing like mine or anyone else's. — Michael Pollan
Fermentation Sayings By Louis Pasteur: Since the most ancient times, all men, and particularly those who endeavored in the practice Since the most ancient times, all men, and particularly those who endeavored in the practice of medicine, have brought closer together two natural phenomena of capital importance: illness or fever and fermentation. — Louis Pasteur
Fermentation Sayings By Jeff Cox: The pH of a must will go up as fermentation progresses. The pH of a must will go up as fermentation progresses. — Jeff Cox
Fermentation Sayings By Joe Roman: Eating dinner with conservation biologists was like walking through a minefield of ethical decisions: grasslands Eating dinner with conservation biologists was like walking through a minefield of ethical decisions: grasslands have been overgrazed by steer raised for beef, and all cattle emit greenhouse gases though enteric fermentation; the poop from industrially raised chickens poisons the Chesapeake; the Amazon has been slashed and burned for soy
and don't even mention seafood. To this bunch of herpetologists, the sin of ordering shrimp lay in the bycatch
young fish, and especially sea turtles, caught in the nets and discarded, dead or dying. — Joe Roman
Fermentation Sayings By David Wallace: Fermentation may have been a better invention than fire. Fermentation may have been a better invention than fire. — David Wallace
Fermentation Sayings By Robertson Davies: Civilization rests on two things: the discovery that fermentation produces alcohol, and the voluntary ability Civilization rests on two things: the discovery that fermentation produces alcohol, and the voluntary ability to inhibit defecation. And I put it to you, where would this splendid civilization be without both? — Robertson Davies
Fermentation Sayings By Neal Stephenson: If the manifest of ingredients on the bottle had been legible, it would have read If the manifest of ingredients on the bottle had been legible, it would have read something like this: Water, blackstrap molasses, imported habanero peppers, salt, garlic, ginger, tomato puree, axle grease, real hickory smoke, snuff, butts of clove cigarettes, Guinness Stout fermentation dregs, uranium mill tailings, muffler cores, monosodium glutamate, nitrates, nitrites, nitrotes and nitrutes, nutrites, natrotes, powdered pork nose hairs, dynamite, activated charcoal, match-heads, used pipe cleaners, tar, nicotine, single-malt whiskey, smoked beef lymph nodes, autumn leaves, red fuming nitric acid, bituminous coal, fallout, printer's ink, laundry starch, drain cleaner, blue chrysotile asbestos, carrageenan, BHA, BHT, and natural flavorings. — Neal Stephenson
Fermentation Sayings By Walt Whitman: Slang, too, is the wholesome fermentation or eructation of those processes eternally active in language, Slang, too, is the wholesome fermentation or eructation of those processes eternally active in language, by which froth and specks are thrown up, mostly to pass away; though occasionally to settle and permanently chrystallize. — Walt Whitman
Fermentation Sayings By Sandor Ellix Katz: Resistence takes place on many planes. Occasionally it can be dramatic and public, but most Resistence takes place on many planes. Occasionally it can be dramatic and public, but most of the decisions we are faced with are mundane and private. What to eat is a choice that we make several times a day, if we are lucky. The cumulative choices we make about food have profound implications. Food offers us many opportunities to resist the culture of mass marketing and commodification. Though consumer action can take many creative and powerful forms, we do not have to be reduced to the role of consumers selecting from seductive convenience items. We can merge appetite with activism and choose to involve ourselves in food as cocreators. (Page 27) — Sandor Ellix Katz
Fermentation Sayings By Matthew Arnold: Unquiet souls. In the dark fermentation of earth, in the never idle workshop of nature, Unquiet souls. In the dark fermentation of earth, in the never idle workshop of nature, in the eternal movement, yea shall find yourselves again. — Matthew Arnold
Fermentation Sayings By Nick Lane: Buchner proposed that fermentation was carried out by biological catalysts that he named enzymes (from Buchner proposed that fermentation was carried out by biological catalysts that he named enzymes (from the Greek en zyme, meaning in yeast). He concluded that living cells are chemical factories, in which enzymes manufacture the various products. — Nick Lane
Fermentation Sayings By Esa Saarinen: Philosophy is a state of fermentation a process without final outcome. Philosophy is a state of fermentation a process without final outcome. — Esa Saarinen
Fermentation Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: I pray on the principle that wine knocks the cork out of a bottle. There I pray on the principle that wine knocks the cork out of a bottle. There is an inward fermentation, and there must be a vent. — Henry Ward Beecher
Fermentation Sayings By Marcus Garvey: Prohibition is to abstain from intoxicating liquor, as it makes us morbid and sometimes drunk. Prohibition is to abstain from intoxicating liquor, as it makes us morbid and sometimes drunk. But we get drunk every day, nevertheless, not so much by the strength of what we sip from the cup, but that which we eat, the water we drink, and the air we inhale, which at fermentation conspire at eventide to make us so drunk and tired that we lose control of ourselves and fall asleep. Everybody is a drunkard, and if we were to enforce real prohibition we should all be dead. — Marcus Garvey
Fermentation Sayings By Alexander Hamilton: There is at this present juncture, a certain fermentation of mind, a certain activity of There is at this present juncture, a certain fermentation of mind, a certain activity of speculation and enterprise which if properly directed may be made subservient to useful purposes; but which if left entirely to itself, may be attended with pernicious effects. — Alexander Hamilton
Fermentation Sayings By Jacques Roumain: A tree is made to live in peace in the color of day and in A tree is made to live in peace in the color of day and in friendship with the sun, the wind and the rain. Its roots plunge in thefat fermentation of the soil, sucking in its elemental humors, its fortifying juices. Trees always seem lost in a great tranquil dream. The dark rising sap makes them groan in the warm afternoons. A tree is a living being that knows the course of the clouds and presses the storms because it is full of birds' nests. — Jacques Roumain
Fermentation Sayings By Walter Isaacson: When the fermentation is over and the troubling parts subsided, the wine will be fine When the fermentation is over and the troubling parts subsided, the wine will be fine and good, and cheer the hearts of those that drink it."41 Franklin was wrong, sadly wrong, about the French Revolution, though he would not live long enough to learn it. Le Veillard would soon lose his life to the guillotine. So would Lavoisier the chemist, who had worked with him on the Mesmer investigation. Condorcet, the economist who had accompanied — Walter Isaacson
Fermentation Sayings By Andreas Libavius: Fermentation is the exhalation of a substance through the admixture of a ferment which, by Fermentation is the exhalation of a substance through the admixture of a ferment which, by virtue of its spirit, penetrates the mass and transforms it into its own nature. — Andreas Libavius
Fermentation Sayings By Mark Kurlansky: Theoretically, pickling can be accomplished without salt, but the carbohydrates and proteins in the vegetables Theoretically, pickling can be accomplished without salt, but the carbohydrates and proteins in the vegetables tend to putrefy too quickly to be saved by the emerging lactic acid. Without salt, yeast forms, and the fermentation process leads to alcohol rather than pickles. — Mark Kurlansky
Fermentation Sayings By Anne Lamott: And autumn ain't so shabby for wow, either. The colors are broccoli and flame and And autumn ain't so shabby for wow, either. The colors are broccoli and flame and fox fur. The tang is apples, death, and wood smoke. The rot smells faintly of grapes, of fermentation, of one element being changed alchemically into another, and the air is moist and you sleep under two down comforters in a cold room. The trails are not dusty anymore, and you get to wear your favorite sweaters. — Anne Lamott
Fermentation Sayings By C.D. Darlington: We are now witnessing, after the slow fermentation of fifty years, a concentration of technical We are now witnessing, after the slow fermentation of fifty years, a concentration of technical power aimed at the essential determinants of heredity, development and disease. This concentration is made possible by the common function of nucleic acids as the molecular midwife of all reproductive particles. Indeed it is the nucleic acids which, in spite of their chemical obscurity, are giving to biology a unity which has so far been lacking, a chemical unity. — C.D. Darlington