The Nature of Food
An introduction to the scientific nature of everyday foodstuffs. Examines the chemical composition and physical structure of foods. Also examines the properties of food components which affect appearance, color, flavor, texture and nutritional value. Changes during storage, cooking and processing are considered for their effect on quality.
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