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Chemical pyrolysis occurs whenever food is opened to high temperatures in a an environment, baking, toasting, and grilling. It is the chemical process responsible for the formation of the brown crust in foods prepared by others methods.

In normal cooking, the main food components that undergo pyrolysis are carbohydrates including sugars, starch, and fibre and proteins. Pyrolysis of fats requires a much higher temperature, and, since it produces toxic and flammable products, it is, in general, avoided in normal cooking.

Even though cooking is normally carried out in air, the temperatures and environmental conditions are such that there is little or no combustion of the original substances or their decomposition products.

Pyrolysis also plays an essential role in the production of barley tea, coffee, and roasted nuts such as peanuts and almonds. As these consist mostly of dry materials, the process of pyrolysis is not limited to the outermost layers but extends throughout the materials. In all these cases, pyrolysis creates or releases many of the substances that contribute to the flavor, color, and biological properties of the final product. It may also destroy some substances that are toxic, unpleasant in taste, or those that may contribute to spoilage.

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Pyrolysis of carbohydrates and proteins requires temperatures substantially higher than 100 °C, so pyrolysis does not occur as long as free water is present, e.g., in boiling food — not even in a pressure cooker. When heated in the presence of water, carbohydrates and proteins suffer gradual hydrolysis rather than pyrolysis. Indeed, for most foods, pyrolysis is usually confined to the outer layers of food, and begins only after those layers have dried out.

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Chemical pyrolysis occurs whenever food is opened to high temperatures in a an environment, baking, toasting, and grilling. It is the chemical process responsible for the formation of the brown crust in foods prepared by others methods.

In normal cooking, the main food components that undergo pyrolysis are carbohydrates including sugars, starch, and fibre and proteins. Pyrolysis of fats requires a much higher temperature, and, since it produces toxic and flammable products, it is, in general, avoided in normal cooking. It may occur, however, when grilling fatty meats over hot coals.

Even though cooking is normally carried out in air, the temperatures and environmental conditions are such that there is little or no combustion of the original substances or their decomposition products.

Pyrolysis also plays an essential role in the production of barley tea, coffee, and roasted nuts such as peanuts and almonds. As these consist mostly of dry materials, the process of pyrolysis is not limited to the outermost layers but extends throughout the materials. In all these cases, pyrolysis creates or releases many of the substances that contribute to the flavor, color, and biological properties of the final product. It may also destroy some substances that are toxic, unpleasant in taste, or those that may contribute to spoilage.

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