Creating Savoury Flavours

By: Verner Wheelock Associates  19/04/2012
Keywords: food industry, flavours, Savoury Flavours

This unique laboratory based course, launched in 2008, gives flavourists a chance to step outside their normal daily activities and really focus on the components and construction of a savoury flavour undertaking practical experiments with process reaction flavours, enzyme modified flavours and topnotes. They will have the opportunity to go back to basics to examine the interaction between the components and study synergies and clashes, understand how a flavour functions in the final food and trace that performance back to individual components within the formula. An essential element built into this course is the emphasis on creativity and how it can be stimulated and used to give fresh impetus to the role of the flavourist.

Keywords: flavours, food industry, Savoury Flavours, Understanding Flavours

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