Food and Culture -2005

Food and Culture -2005 - Main points from lecture 1 • If...

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Unformatted text preview: Main points from lecture 1 • If you come to class, pay attention, and study a little, you will do well in this course. • If you miss class, it is your responsibility to get the material. • The more you put into it, the more you will get out of it. • Let’s make learning fun. • There is science in food. • The food industry can make a variety of different products from a given commodity. These food products have different expiration dates and different economic value as a result of food processing. • Physical (heat), Chemical (preservatives) and Biological (fermentations) are used to preserve food. • The food industry adds value to commodities, creates a varied year-round food supply and does so at very low consumer cost. Lecture 2: Food and Culture (There is more to food than science) • Why do we eat? • Where do we eat? • What drives our eating habits? • How connected are we to our food?...
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