Soya is a herbaceous plant with a spiky shoot, its leaves are oval, sharp and green. Its fruit is like beans, in which there are three to five cubes in each pod apart from each other. Soybean color is different in different types, and yellow, white, black, gray and ghastly color is seen. Soybeans have been food for the people of Asia especially for China for centuries. The Chinese eat it with rice as their main food. The United States is the largest producer of soybeans, producing about two thirds of the world’s total product. Soybeans in Iran are known as Soyaa and Soybeans (Chinese beans). Soybeans are one of the beans and native to Southeast Asia. Soybeans are very famous for its many uses and nutritional properties. Soya foods include soy milk, tofu, soy sauce and soy oil. Soybeans contain large amounts of phytic acid, alpha linolenic acid and isoflavones. Different research suggests that soy beans are associated with a reduced risk of breast and prostate cancer. Soy seeds are as large as a slightly flattened pea. Soybean seeds use more herbs in herbal medicine, but they use more yellow seed for lubrication. Soy is used for human nutrition because of its protein and nutrients. Soybeans have come from China to other parts of the world, and there is wildly in that country. Soybeans have about 3500 different types, each of which requires special weather
If you Google the term “fresh frozen” you’ll get more than a few references to one of Gordon Ramsey’s meltdowns on Kitchen Nightmares, where he throws a fit because a cook tells him “we keep it frozen fresh.” There is no such thing as fresh food that is frozen. Food is either frozen, or it is fresh. However, there are many frozen foods items that are referred to on the labels as fresh frozen. What could this possibly mean? Are they trying to say it is frozen and still fresh?
Ramsey would complain, no doubt, about foods labeled as fresh frozen. If they are frozen, they are not fresh! Well, that is true. But the term fresh frozen on a food label does not mean that the food is both fresh and frozen. It means that the food was frozen as quickly as possible while still fresh. An example would be the many types of fish that are immediately frozen right on the boat where they are caught. This also includes shrimp.
Regulations allow a few different ways of describing this, however. First, it would help to understand how the word fresh on food labels is regulated.
Fresh Frozen or Frozen Fresh
The terms fresh frozen or frozen fresh can both be used to mean that the food was quickly frozen while it was still fresh. It seems that the term fresh frozen is more often used, and this is probably because it is most open to a wrong interpretation. That is, consumers are more likely to think that it implies freshness, instead of how quickly it was brought to the freezer. “Frozen fresh,” on the other hand, will probably be interpreted as frozen while fresh. They both mean the same thing. The term freshly frozen can also be used.
Keep in mind that a fresh food can be blanched before freezing and still be called fresh frozen. This is because the blanching of some foods before freezing is not only common but required for certain foods, as a quick scald before freezing helps preserve nutrients.
Quickly frozen does not mean the same thing as fresh frozen or frozen fresh. This term, instead of describing how fresh the food was when it was frozen, describes the freezing method itself, and how fast it is. Particularly, it refers to freezing methods like blast-freezing, which uses sub-zero (in terms of Fahrenheit) temperatures and super-chilled air “blasted” at the food. The quicker a food is frozen, in many cases, the better, in terms of quality and deterioration, so quickly frozen is usually a plus