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This podcast aims to delve into the different aspects of food preparation and delight – from culture to science. We will treat you to a five course meal on the wonderful world of food.

Food Psychology, with a Dash of Culture


Psych O’clock Habit (November 25, 2010) – “Masarap Kumain, Masarap Ding Magpakain” with Prof. Walter Robles, College of Home Economics

Description: Relationships, family, culture, recipes, as well as important occasions are just some of the aspects discussed in food psychology. What pleasures do we derive from preparing different kinds of food for yourself and others, whether as a necessity, hobby, or profession?

Food Psychology, with a Dash of Culture by Luisa C. Pineda on Mixcloud

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Homey Meals: the Filipino Way of Cooking


Kagalingang Pantahanan (April 20, 2015) – “Filipino Signature Dishes” with Ms. Germaine P. Salvador

Description: What makes Filipino cuisine, well… Filipino? Discovering our Filipino food identity is important, as we need to sustainably pass on our food culture to the future generations. A kind warning: Your stomach may growl at any moment you tune in to this clip.

Homey Meals: The Filipino Way of Cooking by Luisa C. Pineda on Mixcloud

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Surprise Recipe! Food Processing


SCIENCia Na Kayo (April 12, 2013) – “Food Science and Technology” with Prof. Alonzo Gabriel

Description: What gives tocino its red color? Is it good to eat hotdog regularly? Get to know the actual chemicals and microorganisms that give food its different characteristics, not to mention those that make it more affordable for us to consume.

Surprise Recipe! Food Processing by Luisa C. Pineda on Mixcloud

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All-Around Cuisine: Transporting Food


Kagalingang Pantahanan (March 30, 2015) – “Food Safety” with Prof. Joanne Bantang

Description: Food is inherently safe to eat, but its storage and the way it is transported from farm to market may make food dangerous to consume. After food is processed, it’s amazing how it reaches our households by land, sea, or air. But how do we know if the food is handled safely?

All-Around Cuisine: Transporting Food by Luisa C. Pineda on Mixcloud

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The Healthy Choice: Food Nutrition


Wais Spend (February 2, 2012) – “Balanced Diets” with Ebby Escudero

Description: We may have delicious food on our table, but let’s not forget that a nutritious and balanced diet is what will keep us alive. What vitamins and minerals do we need to consume to stay healthy everyday? Get to know what types of food have these essential components.

The Healthy Choice: Food Nutrition by Luisa C. Pineda on Mixcloud

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by Luisa Pineda