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To make the problem even worse, modern freezers are frost-free. Defrosting a freezer used to be a major undertaking. Frost that built up on the walls of the freezer had to either be chopped away or melted by turning the freezer off, usually after the frozen food within had been transferred to someplace else to be kept frozen. Modern frost-free freezers use a refrigeration cycle that causes the temperature within the freezer to climb above the freezing point for a short period. Temperatures of 508F have been measured inside a frost-free freezer!
What gives Limburger cheese its delightful aroma? It’s the choice of bacteria. Bacteria in food? How can that be? ‘‘Contains active cultures’’ – that’s what the label on the yogurt container reads. And, ‘‘starter culture’’ in summer sausage is a blend of bacteria that helps to preserve and add a tangy flavor. Yogurt, sausage, and Limburger cheese are examples of foods that are made with the benefit of microorganisms. Despite growing concerns over foodborne illness and microbial contamination of our food, not all microorganisms in our foods are bad.
Kefir, a fermented milk product that is gaining in 39 Food Bites popularity, has a fluid yogurt-like consistency due to the type of bacteria and yeast used in its production. Besides helping to make yogurt from milk, the bacteria are thought to provide health benefits, including improved digestive health and immune response. Some companies even put in more bacteria, like Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium species, after yogurt fermentation to enhance these health benefits. Microbial cultures that impart health benefits are called probiotics.