Culinary science

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Culinary science is a blend of food science and culinary arts.[1]

Culinary scientists work in the field of research and development for the food industry (for example, a research chef).[2] In addition to culinary arts, culinary science majors take classes in food chemistry, food safety and quality, food processing, nutrition, business and in some cases product development.[3]

Atheism and culinary science

See also: Atheism and culinary science and Atheism, culinary arts, inspiration, innovation and food science and Atheism and food science

Despite the efforts of culinary scientists and chefs in irreligious cultures to develop more flavorful food, there have been a significant amount of irreligious cultures with bland food that is not exciting from a culinary point of view (See: Atheism and culinary science and Atheism and food science).

Notes

  1. Culinary Science, collegeboard.org
  2. Culinary Science, collegeboard.org
  3. Culinary Science, collegeboard.org