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nuclear Freeze

During the Cold War, several periods of protest against nuclear weapons took place in the United States. By far the largest protest campaign involved the nuclear freeze movement. This ...

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Andrew F. Smith, John U. Rees, Rachelle E. Friedman, John U. Rees, Alison Tozzi, Kara Newman, Anne Mendelson, Amy Bentley, Sylvia Lovegren, and Sylvia Lovegren

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2 ed.)

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2013 such as thermal-immersion circulators, dehydrators, centrifuges, and the “anti-griddle” (a flash-freeze range top), along with syringes, liquid nitrogen, and hydrocolloids were used to create such foods as champagne gelée with caviar and white chocolate fizz; or Japanese oyster with yuzu cloud and citrus pop rock foam; or foie gras served with cherry-yuzu gelée, bacon dust, and aerated ginger brioche; or pork belly with kimchee consommé, freeze-dried banana, and wasabi peanut butter powder; or a deconstructed tuna Nicoise featuring quail egg cooked at...