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  Steaming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Steaming is a preferred cooking method for health conscious individuals because no cooking oil is needed, thus resulting in a lower fat content.
Steaming works by first boiling water, causing it to evaporate into steam; the steam then carries heat to the food, thus cooking the food.
By contrast, vegetables are seldom steamed in Chinese cuisine; vegetables are mostly stir fried or blanched instead.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Steaming   (588 words)

 G&S DYE - Steaming instructions
Steam is necessary for fixation of G and S Procion 'H' Dye.
The dyes require an enclosed volume of steam to induce the chemical reaction necessary to bond the dye to the fibre.
In the steam environment, the printed or dyed areas absorb moisture and form a concentrated dye bath from which the dying of the fibre takes place.
www.gsdye.com /Canada/steaming.html   (334 words)

 Cookbook:Steaming - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Steaming is the cooking of food by the application of steam.
As the water boils, steam rises and cooks the food in the upper, or perforated, vessel.
Steaming is preferable to boiling in some cases, because there is no loss of mineral salts nor food substances.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Cookbook:Steaming   (226 words)

 Steaming Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In Chinese cooking, steaming is used to cook many meat dishes, for example, steamed whole fish, steamed pork spare ribs, steamed pork or beef cake, steamed chicken, steamed goose etc. Other than meat dishes, many Chinese rice and wheat foods are steamed too.
Examples include buns, Chinese steamed cakes etc. Steamed meat dishes (except some dim sum) are less common in Chinese restaurant than in traditional home cooking because meats usually require longer cooking time to steam than stir frying.
Big bamboo steaming baskets each three feet in diameter, four inches tall can be stacked up on top of a wok like a chimney.
www.wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/s/st/steaming.html   (476 words)

 Moeschle - Vacuum Steaming
When steaming smaller areas, up to 30m long, the steam is conducted under the sheet from the front; for larger areas, the steam is injected into the middle of the bed, with a T-connection branching out to both sides.
As soon as the sheet is inflated to approximately 1m by the steam pressure, the suction turbine is switched on.
As soon as the steaming-sheet is inflated to approximately 1m by the steam pressure, a sensor switches on the suction turbine, and air is sucked from the required depth.
www.moeschle.de /page,36,en.html   (466 words)

 Hormel Foods - Knowledge - Steaming Pork
When steaming meat, minimum shrinkage occurs, and it is one of the most healthy methods of cooking because no additional fat is used.
Steaming can also be accomplished by the use of an electric steamer or a bamboo steamer.
Steaming is very popular in Asian cooking and most often the pork is ground, diced, cubed, or sliced before steaming.
www.hormel.com /templates/knowledge/knowledge.asp?catitemid=32&id=453   (487 words)

 The Seattle Times: Food: Cooking with steam: A timeless technique
In Chinese culture, dim sum, whole fish, chicken, meat and vegetables are all steamed in a wok.
In North Africa, couscous is traditionally steamed in a distinctive two-tiered pot called a couscousière.
In the bottom, lamb or chicken are cooked with vegetables and spices, their moisture releasing fragrant steam that plumps tiny grains of couscous in the perforated upper tier.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/foodwine/2002160528_steam26.html   (577 words)

 LIVING : Other : Steaming Tips : DIY Network
Steaming is the process of cooking food by allowing the heat from a liquid to penetrate it.
The secret to steaming lies in the way the steam circulates throughout the pan -- it's considered a moist-heat cooking technique.
Steaming retains the flavor, shape, texture and vitamins in food.
www.diynet.com /diy/lc_other/article/0,2041,DIY_14010_2273816,00.html   (665 words)

 Girmi,Deni,Food Steamer,Steamers,Chopper,Chopping,Steaming,Vegetable,Vegetables
Steaming retains a higher nutritive value than other cooking methods and is a healthier option to boiling and cooking with fats.
Cooks food evenly with high temperature steam to retain the colors and textures of the food.
Allows you to use a combination of steaming and poaching trays to cook a single food or complete meals if desired.
www.healthgoods.com /Shopping/Appliances/Food_Preparation_Products.asp   (510 words)

Different dye systems require different steaming times and there are many types of commercial steamer.
It is possible to build an efficient steamer from a small stove and a metal stove pipe, or do small quantities at home using tin foil and some improvised cooking equipment.
Too much steam means the work can become wet before it fixes, and then runs and bleeds occur.
www.isabellawhitworth.co.uk /techniques/steaming/steaming.html   (559 words)

 Milk Steaming Pitchers/Frothers - 1st-line Equipment, LLC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Steaming pitchers are very important for a few reasons.
This, compared to steaming in a porcelain cup, will make your machine more efficient as less steam is need to heat up the stainless steel.
Second, the quicker warm up time allows you to steam and froth your milk more quickly, especially when multiple steaming sessions are needed for the times when many guests are being served.
www.1st-line.com /machines/home_mod/eg/pitchers.htm   (615 words)

 Shuttlecock.Com - Shuttlecock: Hydration - Steaming/Humidifying (Method 1)
Steaming / Humidifying is one of the fastest and effective way of preparing shuttlecock for tournament.
Place each tube over the humidifier exhaust or a pan full of steaming water so that the steam can pass through from one end, the entrance, of the tube to the other end, the exit.
When the steam comes out of the exit end of the tube, wait for 2 seconds and turn the ends around.
www.shuttlecock.com /Resources/Shuttlecock/hydrate-steaming.php   (224 words)

 Steaming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Food can also be steamed under pressure with a resultant increase in cooking speed and preservation of vitamin content.
Steaming is a good method if you want to make Sauté potatoes, steamed in their skin then peeled if required and cut into dice or slices and shallow fried.
Steamed Sponge Puddings, Christmas Pudding, Jam Roly Poly, are some of a few steamed desserts.
www.cookeryonline.com /Resource/Topics/Steaming.html   (387 words)

 Ed Foster's Gripelog || Steaming About DRM
Steam is the online game network for Valve Software, developers of Half-Life 2, but it also serves as the activation mechanism for the software.
Steam (and the "one login at a time") was already in effect before the theft at Valve.
The Steam network was implimented as a better way to recieve new games, game updates, find your friends playing online, or host League events (in addition to being a way to bypass the dirty french corporation Vivendi, with whom Valve has been locked in numerous legal battles since shortly after Half-Life¹).
www.gripe2ed.com /scoop/story/2005/1/4/01424/71444   (9212 words)

 As argument escalates, suspect smushes steaming burger into Rochester clerk’s face   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The man became enraged when clerk Scott Litzenberger told him he had to bring the burger from the microwave to the front counter 15 feet away in order to pay for it.
After a sharp exchange of words, the man walked back to the microwave, removed the steaming burger and walked back to the waiting Litzenberger.
Instead of paying, the suspect shoved the steaming, greasy burger into Litzenberger’s left eye, causing scalding burns, Triano said.
www4.fosters.com /December_2004/12.08.04/news/ro_1208j.asp   (462 words)

 Dummies::Steaming (and Enjoying) a Whole Fish
Cover and steam the fish over high heat, until the fish is cooked and the flesh flakes off, about 13 minutes.
Variation: Setting the fish on two whole green onion stalks as it steams not only adds to the meal's flavor but also gives the steaming process a helpful nudge by letting the steam circulate more fully around the fish.
Also, those score marks you've made are the perfect "pockets" for holding any additional seasonings — slices of ginger, green onion, or even slices of fl mushrooms — that you may want to use to give an extra jolt of flavor.
www.dummies.com /WileyCDA/DummiesArticle/id-1076.html   (351 words)

 Steaming - Cooking.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
One of the easiest methods of cooking, steaming gently envelops food with a cloud of even heat to retain food's natural juices, vitamins and minerals, which would otherwise be lost in the cooking water.
When food is steamed, textures stay firm, flavors remain distinctive and colors look brilliant.
Steaming takes you through each recipe with easy step-by-step methods, information on how to use a variety of steaming equipment and instructions for creating your own steamer.
www.cooking.com /products/shprodde.asp?SKU=177694   (229 words)

 Birds Eye - Birds Eye Burgers - The Story of Steaming
Steaming is not new - it's long been known as one of the healthiest way to cook.
That's because products steam in their own juices - all the goodness is locked in so neither the taste nor the nutrients are lost.
The products are gently steamed in the microwave - a valve controls the pressure perfectly to ensure you get full delicious food every time so there's no need to pierce.
www.birdseye.co.uk /features/the-story-of-steaming   (264 words)

 Steaming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Steaming is the cooking of prepared foods by steam (moist heat) under varying degrees of pressure.
In low pressure steaming food may be cooked by direct or indirect contact with the steam.
Steaming is economical on fuel as a low heat is needed and a multi-tiered steamer can be used
www.netcomuk.co.uk /~media/steam.htm   (232 words)

TIDBIT Steaming is probably the most nutritious method of cooking because, unlike boiling, it doesn’t wash away water-soluble nutrients.
• The pan in which food is steamed must be large enough to allow steam to circulate freely or the food won’t cook evenly.
The heat produces steam from the food’s natural moisture, thereby producing a moist, succulent end result.
www.cookingvillage.com /cv/food/art/1,1700,sLang=us&iObj=11578,00.html   (432 words)

 Steaming Bean Coffee Co.
Welcome to Steaming Bean Coffee in downtown Parker, Colorado on the SW corner of Parker Road (Hwy 83) and Main Street.
Steaming Bean has become Parker’s most popular meeting place for all ages.
Our friendly staff is eager to serve you one of several brewed gourmet coffees or many of our espresso based drinks which are made with Steaming Bean Coffee Company’s award-winning Black Canyon espresso beans.
www.thebean.com /houses/parker/store_parker.aspx   (310 words)

 TIME Europe Magazine: Steaming Forward -- Jun. 16, 2003
Instead, the 2,600-m-long steel drill is boring deep into a picturesque corner of Tuscany, fabled land of Renaissance frescoes and Chianti Classico.
And the search is not for crude oil, but for boiling underground wells that can produce clean steam energy.
This steam, which hits the earth's surface at around 200C, shoots through massive steel pipelines and into turbines to produce electricity.
www.time.com /time/europe/magazine/article/0,13005,901030616-457349,00.html   (558 words)

 Amazon.com: Steaming to Bamboola: The World of a Tramp Freighter: Books: Christopher Buckley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
"Steaming to Bamboola" both demonstrates Buckley's sophisticated intellect and entertains in his characteristically unpretentious and powerfully understated fashion.
Having first read "Wry Martinis" I quickly recognized that "Steaming to Bamboola" was written from Buckley's first hand experience having worked on a freighter.
"Steaming to Bamboola" would fall into the "a man's book" genre; it is written from a masculine perspective, but could be fully appreciated by both sexes.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0140099220?v=glance   (945 words)

 Raising steam: The steaming bay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Steaming bays are common with the larger-scale (ride-on size) live steamers.
One of the key design parameters should be that the steaming bay provide a place to service locomotives and to raise steam away from the mainline and within easy reach of the engineer.
As most sites for garden railways aren't truly level, a suitable location for the steaming bay would be the highest point on the garden railway (conversely, where the ground drops away).
www.trains.com /Content/Dynamic/Articles/000/000/005/741ixtwv.asp   (717 words)

 Technorati Tag: Steaming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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As we already know, the Chinese New Year is steeped with tradition, and lucky for us at Slashfood, many of those traditions are associated with food.
Sticky rice is not cooked like your typical Chinese or American rice, it needs to be soaked thoroughly and steamed.
I am relatively experimental in the kitchen but one ingredient I have stayed away from since college is ground pork.
www.slashfood.com /category/steaming   (3605 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | London | 'Steaming gang' given 25 years
Five members of a "steaming" gang have been jailed for a total of 25 years for a two-week robbery campaign.
Other members of the gang are yet to be caught.
Steaming became the slang phrase used to describe attacks by gangs, usually involving excessive violence, on individuals on trains or buses.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/london/3618618.stm   (459 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Steaming: Healthy Food from China, Japan and South-east Asia: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Steam Cooking: 100 Delicious and Healthy Food Receipes for All Steamers; Paperback ~ Jenny Stacey
Steaming is quick, easy and good for you.
This text draws on flavours from China, Japan and Southeast Asia in this collection of recipes, from favourite dim sum to green vegetables with lemon soy butter or steamed crabs with chilli, lime and ginger.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/184172288X   (353 words)

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