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Molecular Gastronomy


How to unearth the secrets of your plate Ever wondered how your taste buds work? Why you like something that others detest? Maybe you’re an amateur chef, interested in improving your favourite recipe or simply interested in the science behind what you eat. In a world of ever growing knowledge, where we seek the answers … Continue reading

Molecular Gastronomy – Food colours and engineered fare


As we have seen, Molecular Gastronomy is a new innovative field researching the science behind food and cooking. From perfecting the ultimate recipe to understanding how our taste buds work, it encompasses many different areas of science. So there’s something for everyone. We have seen how the field was started and by whom, what it … Continue reading

Molecular Gastronomy – Taste buds and cooking myths


In this second portion on the science behind what we eat, we shall cover two main topics of Molecular Gastronomy research. If you missed Part 1, molecular gastronomy aims to study different aspects of food and cooking, from a scientific point of view. From cooking techniques to molecular components through to food psychology, scientists all … Continue reading

Molecular gastronomy – How to unearth the secrets of your plate


Ever wondered how your taste buds work? Why you like something that others detest? Maybe you’re an amateur chef, interested in improving your favourite recipe or simply interested in the science behind what you eat. In a world of ever growing knowledge, where we seek the answers to all life’s puzzles – be they big … Continue reading

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