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Download ebook THE SCIENCE OF COOKING : Every : Every Question Answered to Perfect Your Cooking


Get solutions to all of your cooking technological know-how questions, and prepare dinner tastier, more nutritious food the usage of fundamental ideas, practical recommendation, and step-by way of-step strategies.

where does the warmth come from in a chili pepper? Why is wild salmon darker than farmed? Does searing meat without a doubt "seal in" the juices? a terrific recipe is going a protracted way, however if you could master the science behind it, you will be one step in advance.

the use of complete-shade pictures, stats and records thru infographics, and an enticing Q&A format to show you how to ideal your cooking, The technology of Cooking brings meals technology out of the lab and into your kitchen. topics encompass meat and fowl, seafood, dairy, pulses and grains, culmination, vegetables, spices, herbs, baked items, and more, making it ideal for perfecting everyday cooking as well as for unique food.

Which greens have to you eat raw? How do you poach the best egg? And should you maintain your eggs inside the fridge? food scientist Dr Stuart Farrimond solutions these types of questions - and plenty of greater like them - equipping you with the medical recognize-how to take your cooking to new tiers.

Within the technology of Cooking, essential culinary ideas sit down aspect-with the aid of-aspect with sensible recommendation and step-by using-step strategies, bringing meals technology out of the lab and into your kitchen. Get the solutions in your cookery questions with intriguing chapters masking all most important food sorts from meat, chicken and seafood, to grains, greens, and herbs.

Why does chocolate flavor so appropriate? Is it ok to reheat cooked rice? How do I cook the perfect steak or make succulent fish whenever?
Bestseller The technological know-how of Cooking has the answers on your ordinary cooking questions, as well as fable busting statistics on vegan diets and ldl cholesterol. ideal your cooking with sensible preparation - and the science in the back of it.

About the Author

Specialising in food science, Dr Stuart Farrimond is a science and medical writer, presenter, and educator. He makes regular appearances on TV, radio, and at public events, and his writing appears in national and international publications, including The Independent, the Daily Mail, and New Scientist. A keen blogger, Stuart is also the founder and editor of online lifestyle-science magazine Guru, which is supported by the Wellcome Trust - the world's largest medical research charity.
Full of images with scientific informations. I think even those who have short attention span would like to read this beautiful book. You don’t have to read the whole page or page after page to get the point. It is bite-size. You can choose to read just one photo and will learn already. It’s like a Power Point presentation in a way. A high tech book for display.-Fitness Chef
This book is absolutely beautiful. It's very detailed and informative. It is a wonderful teaching tool, whether you want to improve your cooking, or just want to be more educated on what you eat.-Stephanie
Proobably own about 40 or 50 cookbooks, everything from my mother's old and very basic Betty Crocker cookbooks (there's a lot more good and helpful info in those than you might think) to some very excellent books by legendary chefs like Jacques P├ępin and, of course, Martha. I learn a lot about recipes and some basic cooking info from all of those, but I learned more about the science of cooking from this book by Dr. Stuart Farrimond than any other book I own--and until I read this book, I'd never heard of him. While the book contains almost nothing in the way of recipes (well, there was one nice quick instruction for making chicken stock that I liked), it contains a great wealth of information about food, why and how we respond to different methods of cooking, how various methods of cooking alter foods, how our mouth and brains work together to create various flavors and hundreds of other topics. I can honestly say that I learned something new in almost every single two-page spread--and I've been cooking a long time. In fact, the book is so full of interesting information that it's a bit overwhelming. The book is written in a kind of question-and-answer format. Each new topic is presented as a question and then the author answers them: Is it better to peel or scrub vegetables? How can I cook fruit without it becoming mushy? There are a lot of questions answered that I would have never thought to ask and yet I found a lot of them pretty fascinating, topics like: Is it better to buy shrimp with their heads on? How to I keep chicken or turkey from drying out? What's the difference between a stainless steel skillet and a copper-clad one? How do I tell if an egg is fresh? Do fruits and vegetables lose nutrients as they age? Some of the answers were things I knew, but a lot of them surprised me. And the truth is, I'm not even sure I agreed with all of his answers at first (I never realized that free-range chickens have a thicker and tougher meet, for example), but I found his (albeit brief) explanations pretty plausible. There are a lot of great "In Focus" pages also, special spreads that talk about things like "Oil and Fat," "Chiles," and "Nuts" that provide a ton of useful information on the science of these foods. There's also a great two-page spread about how to make ice cream at home with out an ice cream maker (I'm going to try it this winter!).-Jeff Wignall

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