A bit sunny day of a new and final semester where the culinarians set out on a field trip to “Indira Ice Factory”. The budding and aspiring chefs on the final semester take a keen interest towards learning visual and edible sculpture through various mediums. First on the list is the “Ice Sculptures “through the use and display of this art form is slowly dying in the mainstream hospitality industry where these budding chefs take pride in learning its techniques. At the factory the students learnt about the manufacturing of an ice block which is used for the carvings. The ice blocks which are manufactured commercially are made by filling the metal cans with water and then immersed in the tank of salt water/brine solution. Where the water freezes in cans and ice blocks are formed. Later they are removed from the cans by splash of fresh water/room temperature water and demoulded .each ice block weighs around 120 -130 kgs and takes around 48 hours to set.
Tapered rectangular galvanized metal containers cans filled with water are immersed in a tank containing refrigerated sodium chloride brine
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