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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:56 am    Post subject: Milk & Eggs Dip (Wash!) Reply with quote

3) Milk & Egg Dip/Wash
(Ellsworth, 2009) and (Edwardsgke, 2009)

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Note (As of 4th May, 2011): I intend to update this "proof section" soon with the relevant information, re: the Milk-N-Egg Dip. You will also note that I have deleted the standalone "egg" proof article, and have combined it with the "milk" proof article, as they always went together in the recipe anyway Wink

As a summary, I temporarily submit the following, from my knowledge of O.R processes over the last 60 years:

KFC Milk & Egg Dip/Wash over the decades:

1952-1964 (Owner - Colonel Sanders!):

"Skimmed" Milk & Whole Eggs: (Into which the chicken was dipped...)

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1964-1971 (Owner - Jack C. Massey, John Y. Brown & Pete Harman):

"Skimmed" Milk & Powdered Egg White: (Into which the chicken was dipped...)

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1971-1986 (Owner - The Heublein Corporation followed by R.J Reynolds):

Skim Milk Powder & Powdered Egg White (which was added to water and mixed): (Into which the chicken was dipped...)

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1986-PRESENT (Owners - PepsiCo followed by YUM Brands):

Non-fat Milk Powder and Powdered Egg White: Both of which are mixed DIRECTLY into the Breading Flour!

(i.e. THERE IS NO MORE MILK & EGG WASH, WHATSOEVER!)

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Evidence -
First Proof!
"The pieces are immersed in a dip made of skimmed or
reconstituted skimmed milk and whole eggs (approximate
eight per gallon of milk)."
See Number #35 for Milk and Egg(s)

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(Courtesy of Ellsworth and Edwardsgke)

Second Proof!

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Third Proof!
Colonel Sanders himself said Milk Wash in one of his commercials!

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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 8:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

All:

I intend to update this article soon (as time permits), however in the meantime, I have temporarily added a brief summary of the "evolution" (yeah right! ...more like a downward spiral!) of the KFC Milk & Egg Dip, over the decades...

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2015 12:06 am    Post subject: Re: Milk & Eggs Dip (Wash!) Reply with quote

The Colonel wrote:
3) Milk & Egg Dip/Wash

Third Proof!
Colonel Sanders himself said Milk Wash in one of his commercials!


Right here!

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"Each piece is dipped in milk and egg wash..." @0:25
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2015 1:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey! Welcome aboard, my friend!

And what a great first post... Contributing right off the bat. Wink

I hope you enjoy your stay, Andrew.

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