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FOOD PREPARATION AND PROCESSING GR 6 CAPS

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Published on February 21, 2014

Author: LDFREDERICKS

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PowerPoint Presentation: Sooper Sciences Series FOOD PREPARATION BOOK 9 LIFE AND LIVING - GRADE 6 (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 1 PowerPoint Presentation: SOOPER SCIENCES SERIES authored by L. D. Fredericks published by HALFORD HOUSE PUBLISHERS, JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA . This supplementary material may only be downloaded by schools and educators who have purchased the entire series of 16 books. Purchases may be made at www.basicallybooks.co.za Further information may be acquired at info@halfordhouse.co.za © All rights reserved. (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 2 PowerPoint Presentation: PROCESSED FOOD You can know if food has been processed if the food has been: CHOPPED OR CUT Read about why foods need to be processed in the workbook. COOKED FROZEN FLAVOURED OR COLOURED TINNED, BOXED, BOTTLED OR IN A PLASTIC CONTAINER (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 3 PowerPoint Presentation: How did people learn to process foods? Until about 100 years ago, there weren’t any electric refrigerators or stoves. Early humans used fire to cook food. The first stoves were heated with coal or wood fires. This is an old fashioned ice box. Ice was placed into the ‘box’ to keep food cool. If the weather was too warm, the ice would melt and the food went rotten. (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 4 PowerPoint Presentation: People grew their own fruits and vegetables and farmed animals such as cows, pigs and sheep . People collected different kinds of plants that they knew they could eat. Hunters had to hunt for animals to eat as food. The san people of Southern Africa are modern day hunter-gatherers. (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 5 PowerPoint Presentation: If you were a farmer, you couldn’t eat all the tomatoes or apricots that you harvested all at once. With animals, a family couldn't eat a the fish you caught in one day! So people experimented with ways in which to preserve foods so that they would have food to eat in months when there weren’t any crops to harvest. Read about ways in which foods are processed in the workbook. (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 6 PowerPoint Presentation: Here are some foods that South Africans love to eat. Can you think how they have been processed and preserved? PASTA MILK SALAMI SARDINES YOGHURT MAAS CEREAL DRIED DRIED PASTEURIZATION CANNING SMOKED PASTEURIZATION (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 7 BILTONG DRIED PowerPoint Presentation: ONIONS ATCHAR CHUTNEY CHAKALAKA PEACHES COLA DRINK PICKLED PICKLED PICKLED / SUGARED CHEMICALS SUGARED PICKLED (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 8 PowerPoint Presentation: FOOD PROCESSING METHOD EXAMPLES CANNING Fruit Vegetables Meat BOTTLING Drinks Jams (preserves) Sauces DRYING Milk Biltong Pasta, rice, cereals SMOKING Bacon Sausages Fish PICKLING Vegetables Atchar Chutney COVERING Bread, cake, biscuits Sweets Cheeses PASTEURIZATION Milk Cream Maas REFRIGERATION Meats Vegetables Milk SUGAR PRESERVE Jams (preserves) Glazed fruit Sweets CHEMICALS Fizzy drinks Some fresh vegetables Medicines, (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 9 PowerPoint Presentation: PROCESSING FOOD IS A SYSTEM Can you name the parts of this system? INGREDIENTS CUTTING MIXING BAKING CAKE INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 10 PowerPoint Presentation: COOKING, FERMENTING AND PRESERVING Complete the task about processing bread. Read about ways in which foods are processed in the workbook. (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 11 PowerPoint Presentation: SOURCES Fredericks, L.D. , Sooper Sciences Series Book 9 Grade 6 Life and Living . Halford House, 2012 IMAGES Most photographs belong to the publisher / author. The San and Ice box photographs are believed to be in the Public Domain. © All rights reserved 2013 (C) HALFORD HOUSE / L.D.FREDERICKS 2013 12

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