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59 terms
Foods for Introduction
la manzana
el plátano
la pera
la piña
apple
banana
pear
pineapple
la manzana
apple
el plátano
banana
Introduction to Foods terms
falls
electric shock
burns
cuts
clean up spilled foods and liquids immediately to prevent thi…
dry your hands before using electrical equipment to prevent t…
tilt pan lids away from you to prevent this kitchen hazard
never pick up broken glass with your bare hands and wash kniv…
falls
clean up spilled foods and liquids immediately to prevent thi…
electric shock
dry your hands before using electrical equipment to prevent t…
39 terms
Introduction To FACS - Foods Unit
Chop
Dice
Slice
Julienne
Cut food into small, irregular pieces.
Cut food into small, even-size cubes or squares.
Cut food into large, thick or thin pieces.
Cut food into long, thin strips the size of match sticks.
Chop
Cut food into small, irregular pieces.
Dice
Cut food into small, even-size cubes or squares.
11 terms
Introduction To Foods
Boil
Cut in
Fold
One stick of butter or margarine is eq…
To cook a liquid until bubbles rise continuously and break th…
To mix shortening and flour with a pastry blender or two knives
To gently combine two mixtures by cutting down through the ce…
1/2 cup
Boil
To cook a liquid until bubbles rise continuously and break th…
Cut in
To mix shortening and flour with a pastry blender or two knives
35 terms
Introduction to Foods
pare
whip
fold
cut-in
to remove by peeling using a knife or peeler
to beat rapidly and make light and airy
to gently combine two mixtures by cutting down through the ce…
to mix shortening and flour with a pastry blender or two knives
pare
to remove by peeling using a knife or peeler
whip
to beat rapidly and make light and airy
41 terms
Introduction to Foods Definitions
Bake
Barbeque
Beat
Blend
To cook by dry heat usually in an oven
To roast meat slowly on a rack over heat
To make a mixture smooth by lifting over and over quickly wit…
To mix two or more ingredients together until well combined
Bake
To cook by dry heat usually in an oven
Barbeque
To roast meat slowly on a rack over heat
Introduction to Foods
Pare
Whip
Fold
Cut In
To remove the peeling by using a knife or peeler
To beat rapidly and make light & airy ... (Example: egg whites,…
To gently combine two mixtures by cutting down through the ce…
To mix shortening and flour with a pastry blender or two knives
Pare
To remove the peeling by using a knife or peeler
Whip
To beat rapidly and make light & airy ... (Example: egg whites,…
35 terms
Eggs/Introduction to Foods
Cholesterol
Bind
Deviled Egg
Salmonella
The "bad" fat in eggs.
What do eggs do in a recipe like banana bread?
A hard-cooked egg, scoop out yolk, mixed with mayonnaise and…
The bad bacteria found in raw eggs.
Cholesterol
The "bad" fat in eggs.
Bind
What do eggs do in a recipe like banana bread?
Introduction. Food.
stare
look away
yawn
stretch
пристально глядеть
отвернуть взгляд
зевота; зевать
растягивать
stare
пристально глядеть
look away
отвернуть взгляд
18 terms
Introduction and Food
早餐/早饭
午餐/午饭
晚餐/晚饭
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Sour
早餐/早饭
Breakfast
午餐/午饭
Lunch
10 terms
Dairy Introduction-Senior Foods
This mineral is needed for good bones…
This method of heating milk kills harm…
This is a mechanical treatment of the…
Without this vitamin, calcium does not…
Calcium
Pasteurization
Homogenization
Vitamin D
This mineral is needed for good bones…
Calcium
This method of heating milk kills harm…
Pasteurization
45 terms
Introduction to Food
美食
干杯
早餐
稀饭/稀飯
měi shí delicious food
gān bēi cheer, toast, bottom up
zǎo cān breakfast
xī fàn porridge
美食
měi shí delicious food
干杯
gān bēi cheer, toast, bottom up
Food introduction
What are the 4 main types of nutrients?
What are three things needed for a hea…
Name a food rich in protein?
Whats the positive result for the star…
Carbohydrates, proteins, fats and minerals + vitamins
water, fiber and nutrients
Chicken
from iodine brown to blue black
What are the 4 main types of nutrients?
Carbohydrates, proteins, fats and minerals + vitamins
What are three things needed for a hea…
water, fiber and nutrients
58 terms
Introduction to Functional Foods
Functional foods
Academy's definition of functional foods
Institute of food Technologists' defin…
European Commission Concerted Action o…
non-energy yielding components of food; the part that helps p…
whole foods along with fortified, enriched, or enhanced foods…
foods and food components that provide health benefits beyond…
foods that beneficially affect one or more target functions i…
Functional foods
non-energy yielding components of food; the part that helps p…
Academy's definition of functional foods
whole foods along with fortified, enriched, or enhanced foods…
Introduction to Functional Foods
What are the key motivating factors fo…
What other factors influence our food…
According to a study in the US, consum…
The first systematic exploration of th…
Hunger and satiety
Sensory properties, social factors, emotional factors, cognit…
Healthcare costs
Japan
What are the key motivating factors fo…
Hunger and satiety
What other factors influence our food…
Sensory properties, social factors, emotional factors, cognit…
Introduction to food
Why do we eat food?
What influences our food choices?
What are our 5 senses?
What are the four tastes that we taste…
Nourishment , Entertaining, Celebrating, Relaxation, Comfort
Cost, Culture, Religion, Modern Trends, Likes and dislikes
Sight, Hearing, Taste, Touch, Smell
Bitter, Sweet, Sour, Salty
Why do we eat food?
Nourishment , Entertaining, Celebrating, Relaxation, Comfort
What influences our food choices?
Cost, Culture, Religion, Modern Trends, Likes and dislikes
12 terms
Introduction to Food Science & Careers
Balance
Beaker
Biotechnology
Buret
A scientific instrument that determines the mass of materials…
A glass container that has a wide mouth and holds solids and…
Scientists' use of the tools of modern genetics in the age-ol…
A long, thin cylinder marked to 0.1 of a milliliter.
Balance
A scientific instrument that determines the mass of materials…
Beaker
A glass container that has a wide mouth and holds solids and…
Introduction to Foods Definitions
Bake
Barbeque
Beat
Blend
To cook by dry heat usually in an oven
To roast meat slowly on a rack over heat
To make a mixture smooth by lifting over and over quickly wit…
To mix two or more ingredients together until well combined
Bake
To cook by dry heat usually in an oven
Barbeque
To roast meat slowly on a rack over heat
The Flow of Food: Introduction and Storage
The order in which food flows
Four hours
Temperature-Measuring Devices
Calibrating Thermometers Ice-Point Met…
Purchasing, Receiving, Storing, Preparing, Cooking, Holding,…
Time frame in which food must be discarded to prevent time-te…
Bimetallic Stemmed Thermometer, Thermocouple, Infrared Thermo…
Fill container with crushed ice and water, submerge sensing a…
The order in which food flows
Purchasing, Receiving, Storing, Preparing, Cooking, Holding,…
Four hours
Time frame in which food must be discarded to prevent time-te…
16 terms
Lecture 1- Introduction to foods
Food Science (Institute of Food Techno…
Food Choices- What makes you choose on…
Considerations
Menu Planning...
IFT (Institute of food technologist)- good resource for us... -…
What makes you choose one food product over another?... - Part o…
- Sensory: buying foods that you like the color and taste of…
Menu Planning: ... Look at certain sections in chapter 6- some M…
Food Science (Institute of Food Techno…
IFT (Institute of food technologist)- good resource for us... -…
Food Choices- What makes you choose on…
What makes you choose one food product over another?... - Part o…
17 terms
American Foods Introduction
Pastry Blender
Whisk
Grater
Colander
Mix a solid into flour... Ex: Pie crust
Beat quickly... Ex: Cake batter
Reduce foods into bits... Ex: Cheese
Used for draining ... Ex: Pasta
Pastry Blender
Mix a solid into flour... Ex: Pie crust
Whisk
Beat quickly... Ex: Cake batter
Mandarin Introduction Food Pyramid
苹果
牛肉
面包
Apple
Beef
Bread
Oil
苹果
Apple
牛肉
Beef
14 terms
Introduction to Genetically Modified Foods
What are Genetically Modified Organism…
Why are GMOs produced?
Examples of Genetically Modified Foods
Papaya
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are defined as organism…
Developed and marketed because of a perceived advantage to ei…
...
To resist ringspot virus
What are Genetically Modified Organism…
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are defined as organism…
Why are GMOs produced?
Developed and marketed because of a perceived advantage to ei…
Introduction to foods test
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Scrape food particles off dishes
Pre-rinse dishes lightly
Sort and stack dishes by groups
Wash in hot soapy water
Step 1
Scrape food particles off dishes
Step 2
Pre-rinse dishes lightly
32 terms
Introduction to Food Security in Canada
Food Security - Davis and Tarasuk Defi…
Food Security - World Food Summit 1998…
Spectrum of Food Insecurity
Food Security Conceptual Framework
In developed societies, food insecurity is defined as "the in…
"Food security exists when all people, at all times, have phy…
Downside to this arrow: It looks like you're always going in…
Food Security - Davis and Tarasuk Defi…
In developed societies, food insecurity is defined as "the in…
Food Security - World Food Summit 1998…
"Food security exists when all people, at all times, have phy…
20 terms
Introduction food - set 2
el helado
el arroz
los frijoles
la crema de maní
ice cream
rice
beans
peanut butter
el helado
ice cream
el arroz
rice
French Introduction - Foods and Drinks
J'ai faim.
Tu as faim?
Je voudrais...
Qu'est-ce que tu veux?
I am hungry.
Are you hungry?
I would like...
What do you want?
J'ai faim.
I am hungry.
Tu as faim?
Are you hungry?
Food and nutrition : introduction
RDA
Functions of food
Factors affecting food choice
Nutrients
Recommended dietary allowance
Growth,energy,warmth,protects body from disease
Lifestyle,nutritional value, cost,culture,religion,availabili…
Protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitimins, minerals, water
RDA
Recommended dietary allowance
Functions of food
Growth,energy,warmth,protects body from disease
Introduction to foods test
1
2
3
4
Scrape food particles off dishes
Pre-rinse dishes lightly
Sort and stack dishes by groups
Wash in hot, soapy water
1
Scrape food particles off dishes
2
Pre-rinse dishes lightly
24 terms
INTRODUCTION TO FOOD CHEMISTRY
CONTROLLING CHEMICAL REACTIONS
MATTER
ATOMS
ATOMS
foods are composed of either pure chemical compounds or mixtu…
3 states of matter: solid, liquid, gas ... *water exists in all…
all substances are made up of atoms ... *atoms are smallest par…
atoms are composed of protons, neutrons and electrons ... p = +…
CONTROLLING CHEMICAL REACTIONS
foods are composed of either pure chemical compounds or mixtu…
MATTER
3 states of matter: solid, liquid, gas ... *water exists in all…
Fast Food Nation-Introduction
agriculture
infiltrate
spread
mundane
A form of food production in which fields are in permanent cu…
(V.) to pass thorough or gain entrance to gradually or stealt…
(v) spreads or is spread, it becomes larger or moves so that…
(adj.) earthly, worldly, relating to practical and material a…
agriculture
A form of food production in which fields are in permanent cu…
infiltrate
(V.) to pass thorough or gain entrance to gradually or stealt…
18 terms
Food microbiology Introduction
Early food preserve
8000-1000 food preserve
Antoine van Leeuwenhoek
Louis Pasteur
Fire and ice
Drying, cooking, baking, salting, sugaring, smoking, low temp…
Early microscope, animalcules
Reject spontaneous generation, show that wine fermentation fr…
Early food preserve
Fire and ice
8000-1000 food preserve
Drying, cooking, baking, salting, sugaring, smoking, low temp…
Food Introductions
4-6 months: Fruits
4-6 months: veggies
4-6 months: protein
7-9 months: fruits
peaches... peas... plums... apples... bananas... apricots... prunes
peas... green beans... winter squash... sweet potatoes... carrots... summer…
None allowed
mango... pineapple... papaya
4-6 months: Fruits
peaches... peas... plums... apples... bananas... apricots... prunes
4-6 months: veggies
peas... green beans... winter squash... sweet potatoes... carrots... summer…
17 terms
8Sp Food (introduction)
el chocolate
el chocolate caliente
los churros
el pan
chocolate
hot chocolate
churros
bread
el chocolate
chocolate
el chocolate caliente
hot chocolate
9 terms
Fast Food Nation introduction
infiltrate
commodity
franchise
conformity
to enter or join a group or organization in order to get info…
something that is bought and sold
a business that has the right to sell a company's goods or se…
behavior that is the same as the behavior of most other peopl…
infiltrate
to enter or join a group or organization in order to get info…
commodity
something that is bought and sold
5 terms
food safety introduction
three types of hazards
physical
biological
chemical
physical, biological, chemical
bones, bandages, glass
bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi
cleaners, sanitizers, polishes, machine lubricants
three types of hazards
physical, biological, chemical
physical
bones, bandages, glass
55 terms
GRC LA LIT Food Rules: Introduction
complicated
needlessly
complexity
(to) attend
hard to understand; elaborate; complex; intricate
unnecessarily
involving a lot of different but connected parts in a way tha…
to be present, accompany
complicated
hard to understand; elaborate; complex; intricate
needlessly
unnecessarily
10 terms
An introduction to food
le petit-déjeuner
le déjeuner
le goûter
le dîner
breakfast
lunch
snack
dinner
le petit-déjeuner
breakfast
le déjeuner
lunch
25 terms
Food Packaging - Introduction
Is packaging important?
Is food packaging important
Name 8 of food manufacturers
Name 8 of food products
?
?
-Company size... -Competitive nature... -Global reach... -Logistic/ Di…
-Containment... -Protection ... -Distribution... -Convenience (easy)... -…
Is packaging important?
?
Is food packaging important
?
15 terms
Introduction of Solid Foods
when to begin
readiness
equipment
method
4-6 months
-sit w/ support ... -good neck control... -doesn't push food... -likes…
-small bowl... -long spoon
-give @ begin of meal ... -place toward back of mouth... -begin w/…
when to begin
4-6 months
readiness
-sit w/ support ... -good neck control... -doesn't push food... -likes…
22 terms
Introduction to Food Analysis
Steps in analysis
Why is Food Analysis important to indu…
Why is it important to Consumers
Why good for Government regulations
Sample selection, Choice of analytical methods
Manage safety and quality, Select suppliers, meet specificati…
Expected quality, consumers want to know what is in their foo…
Develop and verify nutrient labels, Mandatory and voluntary s…
Steps in analysis
Sample selection, Choice of analytical methods
Why is Food Analysis important to indu…
Manage safety and quality, Select suppliers, meet specificati…
43 terms
Introductions and Food
chicken
fish
orange
wine
kip
vis
sinaasappel
wijn
chicken
kip
fish
vis
10 terms
Introduction to food webs
Producers
Consumers
Primary consumers
Secondary consumers
Convert light energy into food (plants).
Feed on other organisms.
Plant eaters
Meat eaters
Producers
Convert light energy into food (plants).
Consumers
Feed on other organisms.
Introduction to Food Safety
What is food?
What is Potentionally Hazardous Foods?
What is the Temperature Danger Zone? a…
what is the sensing portion for the bi…
Editable substance or drinks for human consumption
All foods that support the growth of microorganisms
between 41F and 140F. Within this zone, microorganisms repr…
Dimple and downward
What is food?
Editable substance or drinks for human consumption
What is Potentionally Hazardous Foods?
All foods that support the growth of microorganisms
Introduction to Food & Nutrition: Candy
Principles of Candy Making
Types of Candy
Crystalline
Non-Crystalline
Cooked candy begins with a syrup... Mix sugar with liquid and heat
Crystalline... Non-crystalline
Tastes smooth and creamy... Examples: fudge, taffy... Syrup forms f…
No sugar crystals... Can be chewy or brittle... Examples: caramels,…
Principles of Candy Making
Cooked candy begins with a syrup... Mix sugar with liquid and heat
Types of Candy
Crystalline... Non-crystalline
16 terms
The Flow of Food: An Introduction
Preventing Cross Contamination
Time Temperature Control
To Avoid Time temperature abuse
Bimetallic Stemmed Thermometer has (fr…
n Assign specific equipment to each type of... food... n Clean and…
Food held in the range of 41°F to 135°F has... been time-tempera…
Monitoring... n Tools... n Recording... n Time and temperature control…
Indicator Head... Calibration Nut... Holding Clip... Stem... Sensing Area…
Preventing Cross Contamination
n Assign specific equipment to each type of... food... n Clean and…
Time Temperature Control
Food held in the range of 41°F to 135°F has... been time-tempera…
7 terms
Introduction to foods Ch.1-8
Behavior
mental processes
scientific method
description
includes all of our outward or overt actions and reaction, su…
refers to all the internal, covert (hidden activity of our mi…
what process do psychologists use in order to conduct an unbi…
involves observing a behavior and noting everything about it
Behavior
includes all of our outward or overt actions and reaction, su…
mental processes
refers to all the internal, covert (hidden activity of our mi…
Introduction food - set 2
el helado
el arroz
los frijoles
la crema de maní
ice cream
rice
beans
peanut butter
el helado
ice cream
el arroz
rice
INTRODUCTION, FOOD SPANISH VOCABULARY
El director de la escuela
El hombre
El maestro
La mujer
School principal
Man
Teacher
Woman
El director de la escuela
School principal
El hombre
Man
Introduction food - set 2
el helado
el arroz
los frijoles
la crema de maní
ice cream
rice
beans
peanut butter
el helado
ice cream
el arroz
rice
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