• Multicultural Unit (Cultures and Restaurants)

    Day 1: Watch "Food: A Multicultural Feast" that can be found at www.learningseed.com and answer questions on the video guide. (20 mins) Then have the students find a partner and select a country to research for the p...
    Sheridan Clinkscales
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  • Fooducate_Worksheet_2012-08-14.zip

    Nutrition worksheets
    Cathy Berrier
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  • Dairy Detectives Lab

    I used this lab with my Food Science I course. In this activity, students test milk for mastitis and also use qualitative and quantitative reasoning to explore different types of milk.
    Rose Hartschuh
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  • Soymilk Lesson.docx

    Jon Lechtenberg
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  • Soybean documents.docx

    Attached is a few lesson plans discussing the ways that soybeans can be used and the importance to your econonmy.  It was meant to be part of supplemental curriculum for a scholarship to attend a CASE training.
    Heath Ahrens
    last modified by Heath Ahrens
  • New York Maple Confections Workbook

    Calling all maple enthusiasts!   If you/your program is producing maple syrup and needs a unique avenue to sell your finished product (besides syrup, of course), this confections book describes the process to create ...
    Darla Romberger
    last modified by Darla Romberger
  • Ch04_LabGuides.pdf

    Chapter 4 Lab Guides
    Lavyne Rada
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  • Fun and Easy Food Science Labs for the Busy Ag Instructor

    Here is the powerpoint from the workshop... also note that all activities and labs are located here   http://naae.ca.uky.edu:8080/clearspace_community/community/agriscience  
    Stacy Fritz
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  • Food Science - 1 Food Safety.pptx

    1st power point on Food Safety and handling.  All the information came from the USDA website.  Food Safety Mythbusters had some very good basic information, I will use for Jr. High or Upper Elementary kids.   Keep Fo...
    Jessy Reuterdahl
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  • Food Tech-Mexican Food Viewing Guide.docx

    I often use the show "Food Tech" as a supplement in my ALS: Foods class. Most episodes can be found on YouTube. Kids love it!   This is a viewing guide for the "Mexican" episode.   Hope you find it useful!
    Kevin D. Cross
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  • Food Tech-Chinese Take Out Viewing Guide.docx

    I often use the show "Food Tech" as a supplement in my ALS: Foods class. Most episodes can be found on YouTube. Kids love it!   This is a viewing guide for the "Chinese Take-Out" episode.   Hope you find it useful.
    Kevin D. Cross
    last modified by Kevin D. Cross
  • Edible Leaves Lab

    A basic lab that allows students to apply some leaf concepts, as well as taste leaves. Some of the leaves I like to use are sage, basil, red cabbage, dandelion, iceberg lettuce, red leaf lettuce, savoy cabbage.
    Robin McLean
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  • Dairy foods, real versus non

    Powerpoint of real versus nondairy foods
    Jaysa Fillmore
    last modified by Jaysa Fillmore
  • Hey, There's SCIENCE In My YOGURT!

    Powerpoint from the Hey, There's SCIENCE in my YOGURT! professional development workshop held at the 2009 NAAE Convention in Nashville, TN. Messy pans and yogurt covered measuring cups not included...
    Jennifer Johnston
    last modified by Jennifer Johnston
  • Lactose Intolerance Lab.doc

    Inexpensive lab!   Materials found at Walmart Pharmacy: Glucose tablets Lactaid Tablets Pill crusher Glucose Test Strips for Urinalysis (had to ask pharmacist)   Glucose Solution - two  tablets crushed and disso...
    Sheridan Clinkscales
    last modified by Sheridan Clinkscales
  • Produce Preservation Lab.docx

    Inexpensive Lab!   Materials: Ziploc baggies some type of produce storage bag, I found a mesh bag that claimed to keep fresh longer Tupperware containers Strawberries Lettuce Refrigerator Pa per Towels   Comp...
    Sheridan Clinkscales
    last modified by Sheridan Clinkscales
  • Food science syllabus

    See also Food Science Course of Study.
    Rose Hartschuh
    last modified by Rose Hartschuh
  • Making Ice Cream in Secondary Classrooms

      This adds science concepts to the making of ice cream, perfect to include in a biotech or food science class           http://www.foodsci.uoguelph.ca/dairyedu/findsci.html          
    Stacy Fritz
    last modified by Stacy Fritz
  • Corn ice cream card.pdf

    Ice -Cream made from Corn!!!  (courtesy of the Minnesota Corn Growers).   - Works pretty good - the only thing I would do different is not to add back in the whole corn kernels.
    Paul Aarsvold
    last modified by Paul Aarsvold
  • From Product to Consumer - New Product Development Curriculum - Fun and Easy Food Science Labs for the Busy Ag Teacher

    If you tried to click on the link before and it did not work try this link - they have updated their curriculum   From Concept to Consumer: Food Product Development - IFT.org
    Stacy Fritz
    last modified by Stacy Fritz