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Food scientist gives students a taste for grain.. GRDC-supported PhD candidate Soumi Paul Mukhopadhyay (right) gave more than 140 school students, including Chloe Waters (left) from Cootamundra High School and Lyndal Jennings from the Riverina Anglican College in Wagga Wagga, a taste of working as a food scientist at the Graham Centre's recent Science and Agriculture Enrichment Day... More than 140 secondary school students were given a taste of working in the grains industry when they visited Charles Sturt University and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries at Wagga Wagga recently...
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Chickpea puffing power could drive new niche markets.. Mrs Paul Mukhopadhyay said that while the suitability of different Indian cultivars of desi chickpeas for puffing had been studied and reported, knowledge of Australian desi chickpea performance in this respect was lacking... Her research project was established to benchmark the puffing potential of Australian desi chickpea genotypes against common Indian cultivars, and to screen Australian genotypes for puffing quality...
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Taste test sought for Australian chickpeas.. Each panellist sampled a range of different chickpea varieties for a range of characteristics including appearance, aroma, fingerfeel, mouthfeel, taste and aftertaste... By training and testing the panel, my aim was to make the members expert in chickpea tasting."..
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Each panellist sampled a range of different chickpea varieties for a range of characteristics including appearance, aroma, fingerfeel, mouthfeel, taste and aftertaste... "A chickpea sensory panel would be valuable for the grains industry to better understand the sensory attributes (appearance, aroma, fingerfeel, mouthfeel, taste and aftertaste) of Australian varieties so new varieties could be targeted to market needs... By training and testing the panel, my aim was to make the members expert in chickpea tasting."..
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Chickpea puffing power could drive new niche markets.. Her research project was established to benchmark the puffing potential of Australian desi chickpea genotypes against common Indian cultivars, and to screen Australian genotypes for puffing quality... A component of Mrs Paul Mukhopadhyay's research involved screening Australian genotypes for puffing quality, and considerable variation was found in puffing output...
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