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 Another Misguided Diet Trend Debunked

We continue our series of posts from student’s in MET ML 619, The Science of Food and Cooking, with Professor Valerie Ryan, with this entry from gastronomy student Adrian Bresler. We owe a lot to scientists who cure diseases, increase crop yields and even fly us to the moon.  But scientists do not always get […]

Course Spotlight: Archaeology of Food

                                  Our summer term course, MET ML 611, Archaeology of Food, with Dr. Karen Metheny, introduces students to the archaeological study of food and foodways in prehistoric and historic-period cultures, with a specific focus on how food was obtained, processed, consumed, […]

Offally Nice:

Reducing Meat Waste by Learning to Love Organs and Accepting Other Cultures Students in MET ML 626, Food Waste: Scope, Scale, & Signals for Sustainable Change, are contributing posts this month. Today’s is from Gastronomy student Samantha Maxwell. The often-cited Sustainable Development Goal Target 12.3 aims to reduce global food waste by 50 percent by […]