Section 1: Healthy food1 Decisions, decisions! Deciding what to eat 2 Supermodels: Healthy eating models 3 Design this! Creating designed solutions 4 Tool up! Tools, equipment and recipes 5 Cook safe, cook smart: Safety, hygiene and food techniques Section 2: Grain foods 6 Going with the grain: Grains 7 D'oh! Bread8 On the boil: Rice 9 Use your noodle: Pasta and noodlesSection 3: Vegetables 10 Veg out! Vegetables Section 4: Lean meats and poultry, fish, eggs, tofu, nuts and seeds, legumes and beans 11 Steak your claim! Lean red meat 12 One for the birds: Lean poultry 13 Sounds fishy: Seafood 14 Egged on: Eggs 15 It's just a curd to me: Tofu 16 Nuts about seeds: Nuts and seeds 17 Spill the beans! Legumes and beans Section 5: Milk, yoghurt, cheese and alternatives18 Milk it! Milk 19 Need a little culture? Yoghurt 20 Say cheese! Cheese Section 6: Fruit 21 Frrrruit! Fruit
Leanne ComptonLeanne is the VCAA's Design and Technologies Curriculum Manager and she also lectures in Home Economics education at RMIT University. Leanne was a member of the National Panel for the development of the Australian Curriculum: Technologies. She is a past president of the Home Economics Institute of Australia, and is also a presenter at numerous state, national and international conferences in home economics, food, health and digital learning, as well as an author of numerous Home Economics and Food publications including texts, curriculum materials and journal articles. Carol WarrenCarol is President of the International Federation for Home Economics and CEO of Home Economics Victoria. Previously, she has taught Home Economics at Victorian Secondary schools. Carol has authored various titles for Oxford University Press including e-Food, Whole Food and Total Food.