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Joy of Soy I

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 with Catherine Misener






short description:
Learn the health benefits of adding soy to your regular diet; different types of soy products; easy recipes including variety of soyfoods
 
long description:
This course will act as a guide to the plentiful sources of soy currently on the market. You will learn about the nutritional benefits of soy, the various culinary uses for different soy products, and ways to include more of this super legume in your regular diet. You will have the opportunity to become more familiar with various soy ingredients as you try your hand at the recipes offered - from beverages and appetizers to snacks and desserts. While many of the recipes will feature soy as a main ingredient, several will show you how to use a soy substitute in place of a secondary ingredient. A guide will be provided on how to purchase, store and prepare soy products for everyday cooking. Students will also have the chance to discuss their culinary endeavors with each other and the professor, and receive further tips and suggestions for cooking with soy.

Course Objectives:
To gain a better understanding of the benefits of soy and to enlighten students as to the myriad of ways to incorporate soy into their dietary habits. Students will learn that soy is not just for vegetarian cooking, but can be used to lighten and enhance our favorite standbys, including smoothies, muffins, cakes, salads, soups, and pasta.
To learn what soy products are available, and where to purchase and how to store soy ingredients.

 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
will set up scheduled time for group discussions, but will be available via e-mail during entire duration of course.
 
fee comments:
no books are required and students will have collection of recipes and cooking suggestions/tips to print out for their own use. They will also be provided with list of soy products on the market, and links to companies that produce soyfoods.
 
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Joy of Soy I

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Learn the health benefits of adding soy to your regular diet; different types of soy products; easy recipes including variety of soyfoods


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total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: Reviewing the course material will require estimated 1 hour per lesson. It is difficult to estimate time for trying the recipes that will be provided. Also, allow time to meet online and discuss results with
others and with instructor.
Approximate duration of complete course:6 weeks
 








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languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 40US$  (400lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States


Catherine Misener



description of :
Have taught sociology courses as GSI at University of Michigan; will be teaching course on soy for adult continuing education program; as kitchen manager (few years ago) taught chefs new dishes/recipes.
Currently creating extensive course on soy for online education website (I will own all content rights)
 
Teacher's qualifications:
June, 2001
Catherine Misener
5531 Gleason
San Antonio, Texas
(210) 682-7903
cmisener@webcom.com


Education

B.A Sociology and Criminal Justice, St. Mary?s University - San
Antonio, Texas
M.A. Sociology, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Current Position

Ph.D. Candidate Sociology, with Social Psychology specialization,
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Teaching and Research Experience

1998-99 Graduate Student Instructor, ?Introduction to Sociology?
Winter 1998 Grader, (English Composition Board certified), ?Sociology
of Education?
1998 Research Assistant, on Dr. Ellen Toronto?s research at the
University of Michigan, gathering research on parenting styles, patterns
of behavior, and neonatal massage from the internet.

Other Employment and Volunteer Work

1995 Manager, Zingaro?s Italian Restaurant - San Antonio, Texas
1995 Manager, Fratelli?s Italian Restaurant - San Antonio, Texas (same
company as above restaurant)
1993-94 Kitchen Manager, Canal Street Restaurant - San Antonio, Texas
1993-95 Owner, Catering by Catherine - San Antonio, Texas
1996 Private Tutor (college level courses) - San Antonio, Texas

1994-95 Volunteer Tutor, St. Mary?s University - San Antonio, Texas
1993 Volunteer Teacher and Youth Leader (high school students), St.
Brigid?s Church - San Antonio, Texas
1990 Volunteer Teacher (special education), St. Paul?s Church - San
Antonio, Texas
1985 Volunteer, Baptist Medical Center - San Antonio, Texas


Major Papers

?Capturing the Concept of Racial Integration: An Initial Exploration
Using Factor Analysis?

?Non-Residential Fathers: Effects of the Legal System on
Role-Identities and Perceived Loss of Control, Power and Authority?

?Social Isolation, Parental Stress and Child Discipline: A Causal Model?

?Using Narratives to Explore Effects of the Legal System on
Non-Residential Fathers?

?Fathering Expectations and the Relationship Between Fathers and
Children across Time and Marital Separation?

?The Stepmother Role: Relationships Between Role Identity, Role
Salience, Role Consensus and Social Support and Stepmother?s
Satisfaction with Role and Marital Quality?

?Parents and Attitudes Toward Children: The Effects of Biological Status
and Sex?


Research Interests


Criminology and deviance; interpersonal relationships; sociology of
marriage and the family; and sociology of education. Of special
interest is the study of family relationships and behavior patterns in
nontraditional families, specifically step families; dissertation work
focuses on the relationship between non-residential fathers and their
children.

Computer Skills

Full Microsoft Office Suite, Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, WebCT online
course software and other POS


 
's preferred teaching style:
I am very hands-on, which might seem to be a problem with online education - however I feel it is very possible to have that approach in a virtual classroom. I lead discussions, but give students room to explore related avenues - bringing together threads of discussion at the end of each session. I am very open to comments and suggestions, especially as cooking is all about personal tastes!
 



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