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Culinology : A new way of making / managing food

A few years from now, I will be graduating with a Bachelors Degree of Food and Nutritional Science in Culinology. Now, what is culinology? Culinology is the art of making food. Derived from the words CULInart arts and food techNOLOGY, this is the course that will surely help the economy and the health of people worldwide.

What is culinology, exactly?

To keep it simple, culinologists can work as a food consultant to make restaurant menus, work as a food scientist. In general, Culinology is the mixture of Culinary Arts and Food Technology.

What is Food Technology? Simple. What you see in the Grocery Store. All Food Technology / Science

What is Culinary Arts? What you eat at restaurants. All Culinary.

Both of which compliment each other.

So what am I having dinner for 2020?

YOU name a dinner for me to eat. It does not matter. The aim of culinology is to restructure food itself. Healthier menus for restaurants, more nutrition. Healthier, fresher food from fast food chains. Culinology will change the way we eat food now.

Culinology is still a new course but it is branching out to change the food industry.
Why change the food industry? Because if things dont change, things will get worse for us. Let us face it, we are in the middle of a food crisis and food nutrition itself!

Determining which way I will go after graduation, I want to make things clear, I want to change the world. One easy way to do it is eating it!

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Comment by Carlo Delantar on March 23, 2010 at 7:25pm
that may be true. I hope to change that in the future!
Comment by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on March 23, 2010 at 7:26pm
How about food conservation already prepared from industry? consequences.
Comment by Carlo Delantar on March 23, 2010 at 7:43pm
Culinology is actually changing "flaws* in the food industry. Food conservation? By conservation , you mean freezing them? Culinologists are making sure that Food will be safe to eat. Assurance of healthier food. Food conservation will be a big part of the study. The aim is making everything as fresh, healthy, safe and tasty.

From what I have learned, the consequences right now is time because only a few have taken the courage to learn this.
Comment by John D. Boyden on May 9, 2010 at 8:22pm
+1 KS

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