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With the accompanying CD-ROM, this manual provides comprehensive coverage of all new and amended legislation affecting the magistrates' courts and hundreds of new cases that set precedents or clarify particular principles of law.
This book contains: * Online quizzes * Questions from past examinations * Fully worked solutions * Core facts, skills and extended response tasks
Pass the cornmeal mush please What were food choices like in the days of old? Would you have liked what ended up on your dinner plate? Discover how food options as well as food preparation techniques have changed over time."
Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology is a complete exam preparation handbook for VCE Unit 3 and Unit 4 Food and Technology students. Features of this edition include: - past exam questions; - revision questions arranged by area of study; - fully-worked suggested solutions. - concise summaries of topic areas A thorough and contemporary study aid for VCE Food and Technology, Checkpoints VCE Food and Technology, 2003 provides students with the tools for exam success.
The 'On Your Plate' series introduces young children to the variety of food we eat, including where it comes from and how it is prepared and cooked. This title focuses on salad vegetables.
Widely used as an authoritative introduction to nutrition and dietetics, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the biochemistry of foods, nutrition issues at different life stages, dietary disorders, and the social, political and environmental contexts of food production and consumption. This new edition has been completely revised and significantly expanded to encompass recent developments in science, technology and policy. It includes new material on genetics, food law, food production, and using the internet as an information source. Chapters are extensively illustrated with data and diagrams.
Beer Is Proof God Loves Us is a funny, engaging, and downright joyous examination of the whole world of beer and brewing. Your guide, Charlie Bamforth, may be the world's #1 expert on every aspect of beer. After a worldwide search, he was selected as the first Anheuser-Busch Professor of Brewing Science at the University of California, Davis. Now, he presents the most compelling social history of beer ever written: where it came from, where the brewing business stands now, and what the future holds. In this far-reaching book, he reveals: * The extraordinary complexity and artistry that can be found in great brewing * The factors that impact beer quality and wholesomeness * Centuries-old cultural values embedded in good beer Bamforth also explains what the rise of new craft breweries means to beer drinkers and what the latest global trends will have on beer consumption. The book concludes with a look to the future, illustrating how environmental issues will change the brewing industry and addressing radical new approaches to brewing, such as Happoshu and malternatives.
The 'On Your Plate' series introduces young children to the variety of food we eat, including where it comes from and how it is prepared and cooked.
A look at the microscopic life that surrounds - and inhabits! - us, from weevils in the carpet to moulds that rot our food. These books explore the variety of this microscopic life, how it survives and reproduces and the effects it has on the environment it inhabits. The series is designed to support the study of micro-organisms as specified in the KS2 Science Curriculum and further developed in their schemes of work. Microscopic Life in Your Body looks at bacteria, viruses, fungi, mites and lice. It investigates how they inhabit our bodies, the illnesses and diseases they cause and how the body defends itself against them. Microscopic Life in Your Food looks at micro-organisms that are used in food production, how they contribute to the natural process of decay, how to keep food safe from bacterial contamination and how 'good' bacteria help us to digest our food.
Cooking provides children with a wealth of opportunities to discover new materials and processes; develop their physical and social skills; and lead their own learning. Helping teachers and practitioners make the most of the valuable learning opportunities that cooking offers, this book provides all the information, support and inspiration needed to successfully introduce cooking into Early Years and Key Stage One provision. Packed with practical tips, case studies and first-hand advice from teachers and practitioners, Inspiring Learning Through Cooking offers valuable guidance on everything from setting up a cooking area to growing your own produce and using cooking activities to the full benefit of the child. With over 600 colour images and 50 step-by-step, photocopiable recipes, suggested cooking activities are suitable for independent use by children. Recipes reflect and promote the ongoing development of children's skills, and illustrate how cooking can be used to achieve learning objectives. Teachers and practitioners will be inspired to think creatively about their own provision, and promote open-ended learning, encourage decision-making, problem solving and collaboration through cooking. Colourful, practical and accessible, Inspiring Learning Through Cooking will be an essential resource for Early Years' practitioners and teachers looking to explore the opportunities offered by cooking in nurseries, Reception, Years One and Two.
How is bread made? What different kinds of bread are there? Why is bread good for you? These and many other questions about bread are answered in this colourful and informative book. The book contains colour photographs, a contents page and a photographic glossary and index. Ideal for home, pre-school and Key Stage 1 use, it provides a simple introduction to bread and how it is made.
From the minute life begins, food makes you strong, helps you grow, and gives you energy. But do you take that ham sandwich for granted? You might not give a lot of thought to where your food comes from, how it got to you, what's really in it, or what it does for you. Food: 25 Amazing Projects Investigate the History and Science of What We Eat gives kids some "food for thought" as they dive into exciting projects about the incredible world of food. Kids will have fun learning about all aspects of food in our daily lives--how vegetarians balance their diet, how some cultures rose and fell based on a single food source, the route from farm to market, how eating locally makes an impact, and much more.
This volume describes how to build a balanced diet with grains through easy-to-follow text that explains what they are, how they fit into a healthy eating plan and how to cook with them.
This book explores the potential beneficial health effects of donkey milk, and provides valid scientific evidence for a better appraisal of this product. Milk is the most complete natural food available and is a basic ingredient of the human diet for both children and adults. Milk produced by all mammals contains basically the same nutrients, but considering the differences in nutritional requirements, milk's chemical composition differs in each mammalian species.The use of donkey milk in human nutrition has been known from the Roman age. Recent clinical trials have tested it as a possible replacement for dairy cows milk in infants affected by cow milk protein allergy. The results have clearly demonstrated that donkey milk's chemical and nutritional properties are very similar to those determined in human milk.This book will appeal to pediatricians, allergists, and nutritionists, as well as farmers and veterinarians.
Using clear text and attractive photographs, this book traces the journey of corn from the field to the table. How it is grown and made into a variety of products for people all around the world to eat. Age4+.
This series gives young readers confidence by building on facts they already know and covers a variety of topics in a way that supports both learning and reading skills. Panels contain extra information and discussion questions for more able readers. For ages 5-9.
This highly attractive introduction to a subject that is of immediate interest to young children looks at the variety of chocolate and follows the story from the growing of the cocoa beans to the final product. In a nearly square format, the book is easily handled by children and is clearly and stunningly illustrated with bright colour photographs. It contains contents, a combined index and glossary, and captions to provide experience of the organisational features of non-fiction. It has also been checked by literacy and technical consultants.
Traditional and popular stories and simple recipes to go with them. Extend your literacy sessions with simple cooking activities to make and share as you listen again to the story. Linked with the goal for communication, language and literacy.
This book aims to develop children's understanding of nutrition and where their food comes from. Exploring a major food group, it explains how grains and cereals are produced and how they can be stored and prepared. It aids the teaching of Design and technology at Early Years and Key Stage 1, whilst also developing communication and literacy skills in young readers. Children are introduced to the basic principles of a healthy and varied diet so they are better able to prepare dishes themselves.
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