So schmeckt der Pott! Das Essen im Ruhrgebiet ist wie seine Menschen: Direkt aus einem Topf mit unterschiedlichen Zutaten. Im Zuge von Industrialisierung und Bergbau kamen viele Zuwanderer, zuerst aus dem ehemaligen Schlesien und Ostpreußen, dann aus Italien. Jeder brachte seine Zutat mit. Inzwischen hat sich der Pott gewandelt, weg vom Bergbau hin zu Tourismus, Technologie und Dienstleistung. Die Gerichte sind längst nicht mehr so, dass sie einen hart arbeitenden Schichtarbeiter im Bergbau satt machen müssen. Doch mit dem Schließen der letzten Zechen, steigt das Interesse an Traditionen, auch an kulinarischen. Von Biersuppe und Potthast bis Ruhrpottburger und Currywurst ist hier Altbekanntes und inzwischen Etabliertes zu finden.
Food Retailing in the Cleveland, Ohio, Metropolitan Area:With Emphasis on the Inner City (Classic Reprint) Edward L. Crow
The second edition of this extensive work is the definitive source on issues pertaining to the full range of topics in the important area of food and agricultural ethics. Altogether about 100 new entries appear in this new edition. The start of the 21st century has seen intensified debate, discussion, and criticism of food and agriculture. Scholars, activists, and citizens increasingly question the goals and ethical rationale behind production, distribution and consumption of food, and the use of crops for fuel and fiber. These wide-ranging debates encompass questions in human nutrition, animal rights, and the environmental impacts of agricultural production. The encyclopedia provides a detailed analysis of these issues and hundreds of other topics including the use of antibiotics in animal feedlots, the Green Revolution, organic farming, Islam and Food, and cannibalism.The Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics, 2nd edition is an indispensable reference point for future research and writing on topics in agriculture, food, animal, and eating ethics.
Crop Prospects and Food Supplies:Summary of Reports of Od Area Supervisors, Week Ending April 14, 1944 (Classic Reprint) United States War Food Administration
This book describes the consequences of an increased demand for food for human consumption for the global food industry. In four concise chapters, the authors explore the trend for the overproduction of food, the concomitant diminution of raw materials and the increase in environmental concerns. Chapter one describes the variations in biochemical properties of fishmeal depending on the season and geographical location. Chapter two discusses how the expansion of cropland and pastures to meet the rising demand for food is damaging the environment, while chapter three examines the impact of bee viruses on food crops and production. Lastly, the fourth chapter addresses the issue of food adulteration and provides specific examples of fraud in the American dairy industry. This book is of interest to researchers working in the area of food production in academia and industry, as well as certification and scientific bodies involved in food inspection.
The Mess Kit (Food for Thought):Fifth Corps Area, Camp Knox, Kentucky, 1922 (Classic Reprint) Military Training Camps Association
This book investigate the impact of industrial pollution, represented in air, soil and irrigation water, on the growth, production and physiological activities of the main economic food crops cultivated at south Greater Cairo, Egypt. The book is includes an introduction, study species, study area, materials and methods, results, discussion, summary and list of references. Based on the findings of the present study, the Government at all levels should discourage farmers from cultivating the lands in polluted areas. There is need for regular monitoring of heavy metal loads in our environment particularly in heavily polluted sites. This is to enable Government to be able to provide quick intervention in the event of emerging negative environmental pollution. Some of the plants whose elemental composition reflects that of the soil can be used for environmental monitoring: perspectives of phytoremediation.
We are in the midst of an unprecedented era of rapid scientific and technological advances that are transforming the way our foods are produced and consumed. Food architecture is being used to construct healthier, tastier, and more sustainable foods. Functional foods are being created to combat chronic diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. These foods are fortified with nutraceuticals or probiotics to improve our mood, performance, and health. The behavior of foods inside our guts is being controlled to increase their healthiness. Precision nutrition is being used to tailor diets to our unique genetic profiles, microbiomes, and metabolisms. Gene editing , nanotechnology , and artificial intelligence are being used to address modern food challenges such as feeding the growing global population, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste, and improving sustainability. However, the application of these technologies is facing a backlash from consumers concerned about the potential risks posed to human and environmental health. Some of the questions addressed in this book are: What is food architecture? How does sound and color impact taste? Will we all have 3D food printers in all our homes? Should nanotechnology and gene editing be used to enhance our foods? Are these new technologies safe? Would you eat bug-foods if it led to a more sustainable food supply? Should vegetarians eat themselves? Can nutraceuticals and probiotics stop cancer? What is the molecular basis of a tasty sustainable burger? David Julian McClements is a Distinguished Professor in food science who has used physics, chemistry, and biology to improve the quality, safety, and healthiness of foods for over 30 years. He has published over 900 scientific articles and 10 books in this area and is currently the most highly cited food scientist in the world. He has won numerous scientific awards for his work. The aim of this book is to highlight the many exciting advances being made in the science of foods, and to show their application for solving important problems related to the modern food supply, such as tackling chronic diseases, feeding a global population, reducing food waste, and creating healthier and tastier foods.
An Impact Assessment of Flooding on Food Security:among Rural Farmers in Dagiri Community, of Gwagwalada Area Council, Abuja, Nigeria Daniel Ikani Idoko