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Food innovation and molecular gastronomy lesson

In this lesson, students explore connections between science, design, and technologies through the lens of food innovation and food science. Students look at interesting and unusual food products, using food textures as a jumping off point to explore the relationship between chemistry and food. Students then experiment ...

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Growing your own pizza

In this hypothetical exercise, young learners will explore what they would need to establish if they were to grow their very own pizza. The OUTCOMES of this learning activity are for children to: investigate where and how food is produced; appreciate the complexities of food manufacturing; expand their knowledge of food ...

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Landline: Spinifex research

What does spinifex grass contain that might prove useful in modern buildings? Watch this clip and discover how Aboriginal knowledge, combined with Western science, is unlocking the potential of spinifex. Find out about this natural resource and how it could become a new, sustainable material for the building industry.

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For the Juniors: Cooking food in the past and present

How might your family cook without electricity or gas? See what some kitchens of people from long ago looked like. Discover ways that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people cook some food.

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Outback House: The evening meal

Imagine leaving your home to travel back to a time over 150 years ago, to live and work on an outback farm. Sixteen Australians take part in a reality TV show about life on Oxley Downs, a sheep station built to look and work as a real station would have in the 1860s. Join them as the cook prepares her first meal in the ...

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Exploring Masterchef Indonesia

In this learning sequence, students learn about a variety of Indonesian cuisines through popular Indonesian TV cooking shows and increase their Indonesian language vocabulary focusing on food.

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Fliplets

This is an eLearning resource designed to introduce students to the operations and terminology used in kitchens in the hospitality industry as a precursor to undertaking the VET Certificate I Kitchen Operations. The resource consists of nine interactive flip books for students, nine teacher guides, and a course overview. ...