Dr. Hazel K Stiebeling talks about research in the field of food and nutrition.
Beltsville Maryland USA Date:1948 Duration:4 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
'Research for Better Living' : A Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics Service (United States Department of Agriculture) film on research work performed by the Bureau. Chief of the Bureau Dr. Hazel K Stiebeling talks about research in the fields of food and nutrition, textiles and clothing, housing and household equipment, and family economics. The Beltsville Research Center in Maryland. Large colonial styled brick building. Technicians work on food preparation and preservation inside a laboratory. They process and can vegetables. A food specialist compares the braising of meat with and without water. She puts the meat into containers on the stove. A researcher prepares a braised turkey leg to be served for judging. Technicians peel potatoes and insert a device to measure temperature. Trained judges from the laboratory staff taste frozen strawberries and write their verdict. A technician measures the tenderness of a berry with an apparatus. In the kitchen, technicians work to improve large quantity recipes. Technicians chop and weigh carrots, puts them into an institutional cooker and stirs. The prepared food is tried by school children. Children serve themselves and eat the food seated at a table in the school cafeteria.
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