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If you’re interested in learning about food molecules and how chemical reactions can affect food texture and flavour, then welcome to join this [course_title].

Through this extensive course, you will explore how everyday cooking and haute cuisine can illuminate basic principles in chemistry, physics, and engineering. You’ll also figure out the secrets behind some of the most famous culinary creations as well as the science behind the innovative recipe.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Harvard University

Course Curriculum

Corey Lee: A Menu at Benu: A Look at Texture and Mouthfeel 00:54:00
Sandor Katz: The Art of Fermentation; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2017 01:06:00
Lidia Bastianich: The Science of Risotto; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2017 01:06:00
Mario Batali: Parmigiano-Encrusted Cotechino; Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:02:00
Mark Post: Medical Technology Producing Hamburgers; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:24:00
Sister Noella Marcellino: Tales from the Cheese Caves; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:25:00
Ángel León: Edible Light, Emulsions, Foams; Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:11:00
Margarita Forés: Confluence; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:00:00
Virgilio & Malena Martínez: Peruvian Cooking; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:10:00
Spike Gjerde, Lauren Sandler: Energy and Heat; Science & Cooking Public Lecture Series 2016 01:08:00
Jim Lahey, Elasticity and Bread: Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2015 01:13:00
Bryan and Michael Voltaggio: Emulsions and Foams, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2015 01:14:00
Tara Whitsitt: Fermentation on Wheels, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2015 01:10:00
Martin Breslin: The History of Culinary Thickeners, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2014 00:36:00
Christina Tosi: Emulsions and Foams, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 02:03:00
Joanne Chang: The Science of Sugar 00:49:00
Where is the Acid?, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2014 00:56:00
Jody Adams: Fermentation, an Ancient Trend, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2014 01:01:00
Mark Ladner: Al Dente: When Plastic Meets Elastic, Science and Cooking Public Lecture Series 2014 00:50:00
Unquiet meals make ill digestions 01:46:00
Food and Science | Lecture 2 (2012) 01:29:00
How Phase Changes Cause: Deliciousness | Lecture 3 (2012) 01:33:00
Explorations of Chocolate Textures | Lecture 4 (2012) 01:54:00
Working with Modern Thickeners | Lecture 5 (2012) 01:56:00
The Science of Paella | Lecture 6 (2012) 01:43:00
Gelation & Heat Transfer | Lecture 7 (2012) 01:53:00
Water, water everywhere: A Study in Texture | Lecture 8 (2012) 01:35:00
Bakistry: The Science of Sweets | Lecture 9 (2012) 01:10:00
The Science of Good Cooking | Lecture 10 (2012) 01:41:00
Modernist Cuisine at Home | Lecture 11 (2012) 01:21:00
Microbes, Misos, and Olives | Lecture 12 (2012) 01:17:00
The Finale | Lecture 13 (2012) 02:08:00
Historical Context and Demos Illustrating the Relationship of Food and Science | Lecture 1 (2011) 01:49:00
Precision cooking: enabling new textures and flavors | Lecture 2 (2011) 01:52:00
The Many Faces of Chocolate | Lecture 3 (2011) 01:50:00
Exploring thickeners to manipulate mouthfeel | Lecture 4 (2011) 01:44:00
Food Texture and Mouth Feel | Lecture 5 (2011) 01:34:00
Gelation | Lecture 6 (2011) 01:44:00
Mixing the Unmixable | Lecture 7 (2011) 02:01:00
Proteins & Enzymes: Transglutaminase | Lecture 8 (2011) 01:38:00
Playing with Taste through Browning | Lecture 9 (2011) 01:35:00
Molecular Differences Between Production Methods | Lecture 10 (2011) 01:54:00
Food Microbiology: An Overlooked Frontier | Lecture 11 (2011) 00:59:00
Science in the Kitchen | Lecture 12 (2011) 01:30:00
Lip Smackin’ Science: Crystals, Emulsions, Foams, and Pink Vanilla Cupcakes | Lecture 13 (2011) 01:32:00
The New Culinary Think Tank – el bulli 2.0 | Lecture 14 (2011) 01:51:00
Science and Cooking: A Dialogue | Lecture 1 (2010) 02:06:00
Sous-vide Cooking: a State of Matter | Lecture 2 (2010) 01:56:00
Brain Candy: How Desserts Slow the Passage of Time | Lecture 3 (2010) 01:43:00
Olive Oil and Viscosity | Lecture 4 (2010) 01:17:00
Heat, Temperature and Chocolate | Lecture 5 (2010) 01:30:00
Reinventing Food Texture & Flavor | Lecture 6 (2010) 01:32:00
Emulsions: Concept of Stabilizing Oil & Water | Lecture 7 (2010) 01:22:00
Gelation | Lecture 8 (2010) 01:50:00
Browning & Oxidations | Lecture 9 (2010) 01:33:00
Meat Glue Mania | Lecture 10 (2010) 01:06:00
Cultivating Flavor: A Recipe for the Recipe | Lecture 11 (2010) 01:35:00
Creative Ceilings | Lecture 12 (2010) 01:22:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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