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Food Studies: Culinary School, Singapore-Style

The grandaddy of U.S. cooking schools, the Culinary Institute of America, has just opened a new outpost in Singapore, and Peiwen is in its first class

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. This is Peiwen's first post.

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Food Studies: The Flax Egg and Other Vegan Baking Tricks

Butter, eggs, refined sugar, and white flour are the top ingredients in most desserts. What's a sweet-toothed, health-oriented vegan to do?

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Michele's last post, on how to make seitan from scratch.

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Food Studies: An Immigrant Food Field Trip

Why are most Indian restaurants run by Pakistani families? Why is Chinese food cheaper than Japanese? An edible exploration of ethnic food in America.

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Josh's last post, on the first grow-your-own pizza of spring.

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Food Studies: Grow-Your-Own Pizza in New Haven

Despite the culinary delights of Switzerland, Josh hurries back from break to make the first pizza of spring. Bonus photo of a cute asparagus tip!

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Josh's first post, in which he described making lunch for Carlo Petrini, writing a paper on the oldest cookbook in the world, and blogging about his homemade vanilla extract.

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Food Studies: What's on the Label, and What Isn't?

Analyzing the nutritional information on a cereal box reveals a lot of misinformation, especially the daily recommended intake.

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Megan's second post, which reveals the four reasons why people choose a restaurant.

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Food Studies: What You Don't Know About Iodine, the Element of the Moment

How iodine tablets protect against radiation, iodine-laced cattle feed, and "chop-and-die" cassava: Exploring the complex chemistry of iodine.

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Amy's first post, in which she describes quitting her ad agency job to go back to school and study nutrition at the ripe old age of 30!

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