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COOK LIKE A SCIENTIST Vietnamese Yogurt Makes approximately 4 cups of yogurt.. Ingredients: • 1 can sweetened condensed milk • 2 cups of water (near boiling temperature) • 1 cup milk (whole milk is suggested) • 2/3 plain yogurt (or Vietnamese yogurt if available) Instructions: • Combine sweetened condensed milk and water. Whisk until a homogenous mixture is formed. • In a separate bowl, whisk milk and yogurt together until smooth. • Combine sweetened condensed milk and yogurt mixtures and whisk until smooth. • Pour the mixture into storage containers. • Fill a pot to approximately 1” of water and heat to near boiling point. In a separate pot or kettle, heat up more water. • Once the water bath is hot, turn off the heat source and put the filled yogurt containers into the water bath. Add the water from the additional pot or kettle into the water bath as to fill the pot up to near the top of the yogurt containers. • Cover the pot with a towel and allow the yogurt to set. Once the water bath has completely cooled, re-warm the water for approximately 3 to 4 minutes. After the water has cooled down after this second heating the yogurt should be set (bathing time will be approximately 4 to 5 hours in total). The lids can then be placed onto the yogurt containers and then be stored in a refrigerator until being served. HAVE A RECIPE TO SHARE? WE MAY INCLUDE IT IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE FORMULA. fa 8

TRAINING PROVIDED BY MID-CANADA AOAC Mid-Canada AOAC would like to offer training courses in 2018/2019. Let us know which training you like to see offered. email: Instructor: Jane Weitzel Jane Weitzel provides training on laboratory management systems, ISO/IEC 17025:2017, the evaluation and use of measurement uncertainty, and the Lifecycle approach to analytical procedures. With experience in many Qields and all aspects of laboratory work, the courses are concise, comprehensive vehicles for learning. The topics can be covered as presentations or workshops, whichever is preferred. The courses can be customized for a speciQic client’s laboratory and analytical procedures. Most workshops are ½ day and can be combined to make 1, 2 or 3 day workshops. Overview" Presentation Descriptions" ½ day – Overview of laboratory accreditation and how to become accredited." 1 day – Accreditation and ISO:IEC Standard 17025" ½ to 1 day - Analytical Procedure Validation and Measurement Uncertainty" ½ day - Basic Statistics" ½ day - Quality Control (QC) and Quality Assurance (QA) at the Lab Bench" Workshop on Evaluation of Measurement Uncertainty" Workshop on the Use of Measurement Uncertainty" Work an Example from Beginning to End for an Analytical Procedure Using the Lifecycle Approach" Explore the Power of Statistical Tools in Method Validation" Successful Analytical Procedure Transfer using New Lifecycle Concepts" Fit-for-Intended-Use and Analytical Target Profile" Session 1." Session 2." Session 3." Session 4." Session 5." Session 6." Introduction" Analytical procedure Design" Analytical procedure Development and Qualification" Analytical procedure Validation" Routine Use of the Analytical procedure" Continued Analytical Procedure Validation" 9

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