Food, Food and More Food: Crash Course to Raise Your Food IQ
.MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 0.2 hour | 346 MB
Instructor: Pippin Jag

Learn basic food principles in seven simple steps that will allow you to appreciate the essence of food to its fullest.

Understand the Seven Simple Steps Needed to Improve Your Food IQ and Enjoy Your Favorite Foods to their Fullest.

Learn the best way to prepare hamburgers
Learn what kinds of sauces go best with each shape of pasta
Learn how to find the good chocolate
Learn the importance of seasoning
Understand various areas of restaurant etiquette

This food course is unique, it's a crash course and in it, you'll learn the best way to prepare certain types of food. Whether you're food IQ is just sprouting or you're a seasoned, mature foodie, you'll gain a knowledge of how to get the best out of your favorite food and how to increase your food enjoyment.

You'll start off by learning about a great American classic - The Hamburger! You'll get the low down on what it is that makes a great burger. You'll also gain a firm awareness of how to make your burger taste better.

Next, you'll learn about pasta. You'll understand the difference between pasta that has been cooked correctly and pasta that hasn't. You're food IQ will begin to expand as you explore multiple combinations of sauces and pasta shapes!

Then we'll examine the different seasoning mistakes that are made and how to correct them. We'll discuss chocolate, cakes, fruit and so on! This course will take you to a realm you never dreamed of!

By the End of the Course You Will Be Able To:

understand the basics of a great hamburger
understand the ins and outs of pasta and pasta sauces
find and enjoy amazing chocolate and stay away from the imposters
season your food to perfection
know what to do in certain situations in restaurants and food businesses

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