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2.2. Sense of Smell
2.2.1. Perception of Aroma
2.3. Chemesthesis
2.4. Texture (Sense of Touch)
2.5. Temperature
2.6. Concept of Flavor
2.7. Multimodal Integration
2.8. Adaptation and Suppression
2.8.1. Adaptation
2.8.2. Mixture Suppression
3.1. Organic vs Conventional Farming
3.2. Effect of Feed on the Flavor of Meat
3.4. Flavor Variation in Fruits and Vegetables
4. Food Processing (Cookery)
4.1. Flavor Development
4.1.1. Microbial Reactions
4.1.2. Chemical Reactions Affecting Flavor
4.1.3. Illustrative Example: Preparing Meat Stocks
4.2. Color of Food
4.2.1. Color of Meats
4.2.2. Color of Fruit and Vegetables
4.3. Textures in Food and How To Make Them
4.3.3. Crystalline State in Foods
4.3.4. Glassy State in Foods
4.3.5. Gels and Gelation
4.3.6. Cooking of Meat
4.4. Cooking Methods and How They Work
4.4.1. Traditional Cooking Methods
4.4.2. “New” Cooking Techniques
5.1. Flavor Release
5.3. Transport of Volatiles and Kinetic Phenomena
5.4. In Vivo Flavor Generation
6. Summary and the Future
6.2. Models for Cooks and Chefs
6.4. Science Education Using Food as Exemplars
7. Acknowledgments
8. References
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Molecular Gastronomy

Molecular Gastronomy

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Published by: Bogdan Dumitrascu on Nov 14, 2011
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