Food Science

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New Age International, Jan 1, 2007 - Food - 456 pages
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The Book Presents A Clear And Systematic Account Of The Composition And Nutritive Value Of Different Types Of Foods. Cereals, Pulses, Nuts, Milk, Vegetables, Fruits And Spices Have Been Discussed In Considerable Detail. Fats And Oils, Sugar And Various Beverages And Appetisers Have Also Been Explained. Separate Chapters Have Been Devoted To Eggs And Flesh Foods. Ways Of Evaluating Food Quality Alongwith Food Preservation Have Been Explained In Detail. Various Food Laws And Standards In Relation To Adulteration Have Been Highlighted Alongwith The Recent Trends In Food Technology. With Its Detailed Coverage And Simple Style Of Presentation, This Is An Essential Text For Home Science Students. This Book Is Also A Valuable Reference Source For Anyone Interested In Knowing More About Food And Nutrition.
 

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this book is useful for the home science students.All the five food groups were discussed in simple way for easy handling.But emphasis was given to the sociocultural atmosphere of Tamil

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