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Course in culinary science?

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Hi guys...

 

I'm looking for good "Culinary science" courses, I'm currently a chef with about 20 years of professional experience and so far the food industry has been very generous with me, but I have to admit that I'm an absolute ignorant of the new scientific approach to cooking, I own some books on the subject, I have a sousvide machine and I'm learning by myself, but the best way to shorten the learning curve is to get some formal training.

 

And here I am looking for advice and/or suggestions, I live in Mexico and I run/co-own a couple of restaurants, so, getting a culinary degree in food science is not possible, I can't take a two year vacation to start studying, I'm looking for courses from 3 to 15 days maximum, I found this from the CIA and I like it, that's pretty much what I'm looking for http://menuscience.ciachef.edu/node/659 but it is full and also the date is complicated for me, this is something that I'll be doing in 4-6 more months.

 

All your suggestions will be more than welcome.

Luis

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Contact the Research Chef's Association, they are all about the blending of food and science and have courses all over the country different times of the year.

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Taste: The sensation derived from food, as interpreted thru the tongue to brain sensory system.
Flavor: The overall impression combining taste, odor, mouthfeel and trigeminal perception.
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Thanks a lot... I'll check it right now! thumb.gif

Luis

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