Household aluminum foil has been a staple for commercial kitchens and the consumer market for decades. It has been capping casserole dishes and wrapping brownies for nearly 100 years. So for those cooking fanatics out there, we all know that you can’t have a good meal without savoring the taste and texture.
Household aluminum foil is widely sold in the consumer market and is used for wrapping food in order to preserve it. For example, when storing leftover food in a refrigerator, it serves the additional purpose of preventing odor exchange and retaining moisture. Therefore making it ideal for protecting food during cooking and storage.
Whether it’s used for barbecuing delicate foods, such as mushrooms and vegetables, food is wrapped in foil then placed on the grill, preventing loss of moister that may result in less texture. This process is due to the thermal insulation that allows excellent heat conductivity to…
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