"What's on Your Plate?: Exploring Food Science" is a comprehensive curriculum set with hands-on experiments; some of which learners can eat as they discover the science behind food preparation. Youth learn the building blocks of food science using chemistry, biology, and physics in a "kitchen laboratory" setting.
Learn why and how things happen in breads, muffins, eggs, fruit, vegetables, cheese, candy, and beverages. Conduct food experiments, collect and analyze data, practice sensory science (tasting), and investigate career opportunities. Each unit contains three activities for beginner through advanced learners.
For more information, please contact Dr. Molly Gregg, Extension Specialist 4-H Youth Development.