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About the webinar:
Have you ever wondered about the significance of certain food groups across cultures? In this interactive webinar, we will be joined by Associate Professor Sharon Croxford and AdvAPD Emma Stirling as they explore the relevance of dairy foods across different cultures including the history of dairy food intake, lifestyle, and diets. Through practical tools including a newly developed healthcare professional resource and an engaging cooking demonstration* both Sharon and Emma will help you to deepen your understanding of diverse diets and the role dairy plays in varying culinary cultures.
* If you would like to cook along with Emma, simply prepare step 1 of the Labneh recipe (on page 19 of this position paper) and then you will be able to follow along to flavour your labneh.
About the speakers:
Sharon Croxford is Associate Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics at Australian Catholic University and has been a practitioner and academic for more than 30 years. She is also a qualified chef, writer on food, nutrition and life as an expat and has owned a cooking school in Istanbul. Her research relates to changes in culinary culture with migration.
Emma Stirling is the Director of Scoop Nutrition consultancy and an academic specialising in food science, gastronomy and culinary nutrition. Emma is recognised as an innovative, entrepreneurial and leading dietitian and at Australian Catholic University she is the National Culinary Nutrition Science Practice Lead and course coordinator of the exciting, new Graduate Certificate in Culinary Nutrition Science.