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Published on March 20, 2009

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Sensory lab:  Sensory lab FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA:  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA SIGHT ODOR TASTE TOUCH HEARING FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA :  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Sight Eyes Receive 1st Impression Shape Color Consistency Serving size Appearance FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA:  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Odor Volatile Molecules Molecules Capable of Evaporating Like A Gas Into Air Olfactory Sense of Smell FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA :  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Taste Most Influential in Food Selection Sense that Perceives Flavors Taste Buds Connected to the Brain via Nerve Cells THE FIVE TASTE STIMULI:  THE FIVE TASTE STIMULI Taste Five Taste Stimuli Sweet Sour Bitter Salty Savory or Umami HOW DO WE TASTE?:  HOW DO WE TASTE? Taste Map All qualities of taste can be elicited from all the regions of the tongue that contain taste buds. FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA:  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Taste Flavor Characteristic Taste of Something Combined Sense of Taste Odor & Mouthfeel Broader Concept Aroma Providing ~ 75% Impression of Flavor FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA:  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Touch Taste Interactions Factors Affecting Temperature of Food or Beverage Variety in Food Choice FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA:  FOOD SELECTION SENSORY CRITERIA Hearing Affected by Water Content Indicates Food’s Freshness &/or Doneness Sizzling Crunching Popping Bubbling Swirling Squeaking Dripping Crackling Exploding What is Sensory Evaluation?:  What is Sensory Evaluation? “A scientific discipline used to evoke, measure, analyze and interpret those responses to products that are perceived by the senses of sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing.” Sensory Test:  Sensory Test Difference test Affective test Descriptive analysis

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