Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 6: Packaging & Technology

Can’t believe this is the last week of this first course on foodcrumbles.com already. It’s been all about teaching you the basics of food science to help you in your food blogging, chef, high school, food industry or whichever other career you’re aiming for or working in! This last week will …

Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 5: Food Microbiology

Time is flying so fast! We’re nearly at the last week of our Food Science Basics course and I hope you’ve learned loads already and had fun reading all the articles. Today is the last day in which we’ll be exploring a brand new area of expertise: food microbiology. In …

Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 4: Food Physics

Welcome to week 4 of the ‘Food Science Basics in 6 weeks’ course! If you’ve just dropped in mid-way, no problem. Keep on reading if you’d like to learn more about food physics or hop on to the first week of this programme. I think it’s easiest if you follow …

Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 3: Chemical reactions

Welcome back to the 6 week mini-course teaching you all about the basics of food science. You’re already in week 3! Last week I introduced you to the wonderful world of food chemistry. We discussed chemical formulas, structural formulas, learned more about atoms and how they form the basis of …

Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 2: Food Chemistry Basics

Welcome to the second week of this mini course, making you familiar with the basics of food science and hopefully igniting a little food science spark in you. Last week was all about introductions. This week will be all about food chemistry basics. You can follow this course in two …

Food Science Basics in 6 weeks – part 1: Introduction

Welcome! Great that you’ve decided to immerse yourself in the world of food & science :-). Or great that you’ve landed here by accident, stick around just a little longer, at least until the next 2 paragraphs. Want a quick summary? Scroll down to watch the slides! Ever wondered why …