5 edition of Food for Health (GCSE Home Economics) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||September 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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getOwnPropertyDescriptor;for var c in e if "default"! Item Height: 250mm Item Weight: 426g Item Width: 190mm Number of Pages: 193 Pages Format: Paperback Language: english Subject: Science Author: Daphne A.
isValidElement a return f "React". concat n ;return l "React". Pupils will develop an understanding of the stages involved in developing a food product and they will also apply knowledge and understanding of safe and hygienic food practices and techniques. Students will learn about the nutritional content of foods and how to meet the specific nutritional and dietary needs of different groups of people.
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concat e," Subjects" ,"cy-GB":"Pynciau ". This subject strand aims to equip pupils with the knowledge, skills and values that will help them to make appropriate lifestyle choices. getOwnPropertyDescriptor;for var c in e if "default"! And, best of all, most of its cool features are free and easy to use. They will gather the viewpoints of others for analysis in the assessment task, discuss a range of strategies to avoid food waste, and learn how to plan, modify and make meals for different groups of people with specific nutritional and dietary needs.
is the UK government's healthy eating model. getOwnPropertyDescriptor;for var c in e if "default"! The Course addresses contemporary issues affecting food and nutrition, including ethical and moral considerations, sustainability of sources, food production and development, and their effects on consumer choices.
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