Offering Title: Flour Milling for State Wheat Commissioners and Staff December 5-7, 2017 ($700)
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IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas
Start Date -12/5/2017
End Date -12/7/2017
[Course Duration:3 day(s)]
Registration Deadline -11/17/2017
Participants enrolled in the course will learn basic principles of flour milling and receive a greater understanding of the relationship between wheat quality and flour performance.
The course will be taught through a series of lectures as well as hands-on training in the Kansas State University milling laboratories including the state-of-the-art Hal Ross Mill, Shellenberger Milling Lab, and the Baking Laboratory. The course labs will focus on milling different classes of wheat and baking practices.
Course topics include an overview of the milling industry, milling extraction adn other milling math, understanding flowsheets, impact of wehat quality on milling extraction, wheat cleaning and conditioning, milling systems and how they work together, wheat and flour blending, flour and dough testing methods and flour functionality.
Hotel block information will be emailed to the participants once payment has been received.