Food Studies 10
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This course has something for everyone! Explore local and international foods, as well as the connections between food and well-being. The course content covers the basics of food safety, cooking, baking and nutrition. For those with some culinary experience, you will have opportunities to challenge yourself with some differing techniques and recipe modifications. A variety of recipes will be used to cook and bake your way through all the meals of the day…and don’t forget dessert! Towards the end of the course students have the opportunity to prepare recipes of their choice and release their creativity.
Module 1: Kitchen Skills and Safety (First Assignment)
Module 2: Functions of Ingredients and Tools
Module 2: Nutrition and Health
Module 4: The World of Food: Culture, Production and Careers
- First Assignment 10%
- Assignments and quizzes 40%
- Labs and reflections 50%
- Distance Learning students need access to a kitchen and will need to provide their own equipment/ingredients/supplies for the course. (This will be provided for students on a blended program.)
- Distance Learning students will also need a camera or phone in order to submit photographic evidence.
- Internet access is required for this course as you will have to download and upload assignments.
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