Dr. Anne-Marie Gloster on Culinary Nutrition Sciences 241, UW Nutritional Sciences Program

SPH News Features Culinary Nutrition Science Course

A recent SPH News story features Nutritional Sciences Program core faculty member Anne-Marie Gloster and her course Culinary Nutrition Science (NUTR 241) in a multimedia format. Read about this joint effort between the Nutritional Sciences Program and UW Housing & Food Services and watch the video where nutrition minors and other students share their immersive experience in food sciences through labs at the Chef’s Table at Local Point, an on-campus restaurant.

UW Course Gets Students Fired Up About Food and Nutrition
SPH News, March 28, 2018

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About the Class

NUTR 241 Culinary Nutrition Science explores the scientific principles behind modern culinary techniques that transform raw foodstuffs into prepared foods with both appealing and nutritional value. Looking at foodstuffs as combinations of solids, liquids, and gases, students analyze the physical and chemical forces that contribute to creating an edible and desirable food product. Students also become familiar with the standard methods of sensory evaluation of foods.

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Culinary Nutrition Sciences 241 students roll pasta in Husky purple and gold, University of Washington Nutritional Sciences Program
Culinary Nutrition Science 241 students roll pasta in Husky purple and gold March 2018
Culinary Nutrition Sciences 241 Class, Spring 2018

Culinary Nutrition Science 241 class, Spring 2018