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Family and Consumer Science

Secondary students are introduced to culinary and related foods technology, fashion and interior design, and early childhood services.

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How Jeans are Made
From sciencehack.com, produced by The Discovery Channel
A five minute video that shows the steps needed to make jeans. Does not show the making of the material. Run time 4:50
September 17, 2010 at 11:39 PM
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Food Scientists Make Smoother Ice Cream
From sciencedaily.com, produced by Ivanhoe Broadcast News
Food chemists add a tasteless edible protein called gelatin hydrolysate to ice cream find that it keeps ice crystals small, resulting in a smoother, more pleasing product. The protein inhibits the growth of ice crystals, keeping them small and preser... [more]
June 14, 2010 at 09:06 PM
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