Apparently this blog has been going for nine years! There is about a four to five year period where I hardly posted. I still post rarely. Trying to write again more regularly, waiting for topics to interest me. I was a food chemist. Now I am more concerned about the food system as a whole, not just how one reaction takes place. I play with yarn – spindle spinning and knitting are my main hobbies.
I initially started this blog to stay in touch with family and friends as they are all over the world. However, they didn’t seem that interested. So I started posting about food science, knitting, my (sadly past) cat, and my photos. As of 2017, I’m using this blog to explore ideas on food systems and equity, food and nutrition policy and advocacy.
I cannot help you develop your new food product. Nor endorse your product. As a food science consultant my expertise is in shelf life studies especially ingredient stability, Maillard browning and reaction kinetics. However, you need to contact me professionally for this service, for which there may be a fee.
Any opinions expressed in this blog are my own (or the occasional guest blogger’s). All errors are probably mine too.