Ch 25: Food Preparation Methods

About This Chapter

Review details about food preparation practices, food sanitation and kitchen safety using the lessons in this chapter. This is a great reference tool you can use when preparing for food science or family science class discussions and tests or professional certification assessments.

Food Preparation Methods - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to help you study basic food preparation and kitchen practices and processes. You will study short lessons that review utensils, food preparation skills and specific terms related to food and food preparation.

Lessons also focus on how to organize a kitchen, use relevant technology and prepare foods from certain food groups. Once you have completed this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Identify basic kitchen tools and utensils
  • Discuss kitchen and food sanitation and safety practices
  • Use strategies to organize and manage kitchens
  • Explain the relationship between food composition and preparation
  • Define food preparation and identify relevant skills
  • Recognize and define food preparation terms
  • Describe technology used in food preparation
  • Name common techniques to prepare food from different food groups

Lessons offer instruction from experts in the field and provide access from any device at all times. Take self-assessment quizzes to measure your understanding of each topic and identify the lessons you might need to explore further. Your Dashboard is a handy tool you can use to track your progress through the chapter.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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