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Friday 11 Jan 2013: Browning of food with heat
The browning and flavouring of many types of food, e.g. roasted meat, bread, roasted coffee and dulce de leche to name a few, is the result of the Maillard reaction between an amino acid and a sugar, usually requiring heat, which occurs around 154 °C.

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