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STUDY GUIDE FSN 120 Exams (Questions and Terms) 1. What is the difference between science and non-science? 2. What is the scientific method? 3. List 3 reasons for processing foods. 4. About how much of our disposable income is spent on food in the U.S.? 5. List consumption trends (down, up or no change) for the following foods: chicken, red meat, milk products, fat and oils, fish, dry beans, ice cream, soft drinks, coffee, etc.? 6. List the top 10 food companies in the U.S. and Canada 7. Draw and explain in a graph of our world population growth from 0 to 2000 A.D. 8. Know the traditional ways of increasing our food supply. 9. Know the new (unorthodox) ways of increasing our food supply we discussed. 10. Discuss the internal and external factors affecting our food habits. 11. List examples of food taboos. 12. List the 5 basic senses used in food evaluation.
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13. Explain, with an example, how we use our sense of sight to evaluate a food’s acceptability. 14. List the 3 components of flavor.
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