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A podcast for foodies and anyone in love with the science behind the food we eat.
This podcast will showcase food science facts, food scientists life and food science students life aspects too.
These episodes have been written and recorded thanks to the help of some current and former students from the University of Surrey.

Visit our website: www.thefoodscienceaddict.com
Instagram: @thefoodscienceaddict

The Food Science Addict Podcast TheFoodScienceAddict

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/thefoodscienceaddict/subscribe

A podcast for foodies and anyone in love with the science behind the food we eat.
This podcast will showcase food science facts, food scientists life and food science students life aspects too.
These episodes have been written and recorded thanks to the help of some current and former students from the University of Surrey.

Visit our website: www.thefoodscienceaddict.com
Instagram: @thefoodscienceaddict

    06x03. Coffee brewing

    06x03. Coffee brewing

    Enter the Moka pot, a celebrated emblem of Italian coffee culture that transformed home brewing in the 1930s.

    Join us as we dive into the mechanics of the Moka pot and understand how it draws out the robust flavours and enticing aromas concealed within coffee beans, yielding a full-bodied brew reminiscent of espresso without the requirement for costly machinery.



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    • 8 min
    06x01. About Food Texture

    06x01. About Food Texture

    This episode is based on the content presented in the following paper:


    Ross, C.F. (2023), The texture factor: food product development for discrete populations including orally compromised elderly consumers and children with Down syndrome. Int J Food Sci Technol, 58: 6151-6157. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijfs.16696




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    • 6 min
    05x03. Why does a popcorn "POP"?

    05x03. Why does a popcorn "POP"?

    Hello everyone, join Vero for a very short episode discovering the reasons behind popcorn's POP!






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    • 6 min
    05x02. The Chemistry of Halloween Treats

    05x02. The Chemistry of Halloween Treats

    In this spooktacular episode, join us as we delve into the enchanting world of the chemistry of Halloween treats. Our guest Annelie from Food Crumbles (https://foodcrumbles.com/) will guide us through the mystical transformations that occur when gummy worms squirm and candy corn casts its candy spell.

    Discover the secrets behind the chemistry that make Halloween treats so special!



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    • 15 min
    05x01. The grand journey of Yeast, from China to Rome

    05x01. The grand journey of Yeast, from China to Rome

    Curious about the origin of yeast?

    This episode is for you!

    Here are some info you might want to check out too, from the correct spelling of scientists with names I couldn't properly pronounce, to relevant reading:



    Anton van Leeuwenhoek, the microscope maverick
    J. H. van den Broek who named our yeasts


    1.      Lahue, C., Madden, A. A., Dunn, R. R., & Smukowski Heil, C. (2020). History and Domestication of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in Bread Baking. Frontiers in genetics, 11, 584718. https://doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2020.584718

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    • 8 min
    04x05. Molecular gastronomy, a brief history

    04x05. Molecular gastronomy, a brief history

    Hello! Today I am taking you to a very quick journey along molecular gastronomy.

    If you want to look into some names:

    Nicholas Kurti and Herve This are the two scientists that I am citing in the episode.
    Ferran Adrià is the Spanish chef that owns the restaurant elBulli.




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    • 6 min

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