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The Future Of Tableware And Cooking Vessels: Some Predictions And Practical Experiments, Ken Albala Oct 2014

The Future Of Tableware And Cooking Vessels: Some Predictions And Practical Experiments, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Bacterial Fermentation And The Missing Terroir Factor In Historic Cookery, Ken Albala Jan 2011

Bacterial Fermentation And The Missing Terroir Factor In Historic Cookery, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


The First Scientific Defense Of A Vegetarian Diet, Ken Albala Sep 2009

The First Scientific Defense Of A Vegetarian Diet, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Ovophilia In Renaissance Cuisine, Ken Albala Jan 2007

Ovophilia In Renaissance Cuisine, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


The Call Of The Domesticated, Ken Albala Jan 2005

The Call Of The Domesticated, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


The Apparition Of Fat In Western Nutritional Theory, Ken Albala Jan 2003

The Apparition Of Fat In Western Nutritional Theory, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Hunting For Breakfast In Medieval And Early Modern Europe, Ken Albala Jan 2002

Hunting For Breakfast In Medieval And Early Modern Europe, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Milk: Nutritious And Dangerous, Ken Albala Jan 2000

Milk: Nutritious And Dangerous, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.


Fish In Renaissance Dietary Theory, Ken Albala Jan 1998

Fish In Renaissance Dietary Theory, Ken Albala

College of the Pacific Faculty Books and Book Chapters

No abstract provided.