Broths

Some articles on broth, broths:

Gopchang Jeongol - Preparation
... The broth for the dish can be either a mixture of two broths, made from beef tripe and brisket respectively, or gomtang, a thin soup with a rich flavor that is made by simmering ox bones for ... flavor that can affect the brisket broth and the meat ... To make the beef tripe broth, cleaned beef tripe, onions, scallions, garlic, and ginger are placed in a large pot with a large amount of water and boiled until thoroughly cooked ...
Germ Theory Of Disease - History
1860 and 1864 that fermentation and the growth of microorganisms in nutrient broths did not proceed by spontaneous generation ... He exposed freshly boiled broth to air in vessels that contained a filter to stop all particles passing through to the growth medium and even with no ... Nothing grew in the broths, therefore the living organisms that grew in such broths came from outside, as spores on dust, rather than being generated within the broth ...
John Tyndall - Main Scientific Work
... Tyndall sterilized some meat-broths by simply boiling them and then he compared what happened when he let these sterilized meat-broths sit in such pure air, and in ... The broths sitting in the optically pure air remained "sweet" (as he said) to smell and taste after many months of sitting, while the ones in ordinary air started to become putrid after a ... consistently reproduce the result some of his supposedly heat-sterilized broths rotted in the optically pure air ...
Louis Pasteur - Research Career - Germ Theory of Fermentation
... micro-organisms, and the emergent growth of bacteria in nutrient broths is not due to spontaneous generation, but rather to biogenesis (Omne vivum ex vivo "all life is from life") ... He exposed boiled broths to air in vessels that contained a filter to prevent all particles from passing through to the growth medium, and even in vessels with no filter at all ... Nothing grew in the broths unless the flasks were broken open therefore, the living organisms that grew in such broths came from outside, as spores on dust, rather than spontaneously ...
History - History of Microorganisms' Discovery
... Lazzaro Spallanzani (1729–1799) found that boiling broth would sterilise it and kill any microorganisms in it ... He also found that new microorganisms could settle only in a broth if the broth was exposed to the air. 1822–1895) expanded upon Spallanzani's findings by exposing boiled broths to the air, in vessels that contained a filter to prevent all particles from passing through to the ...