Our students’ Instagram images

  • Thanks to our alumna @zikkitikki for bringing so much joy to our gastronomes with this image of an explosive 💥 sourdough.
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories #graduation #italy #bakery #sourdough #alumni
  • special times demand special measures, like graduating via online stream and with a mask attached to your face 😷 we have to say our newly graduated student @monjulies makes it all look great! huge congratulations to all of our graduates!
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories
  • Great advice @anete_and_gastronomy , our alumna shares : "Home office. Sometimes is more productive than you would expect! Stay safe, stay clean, take care of yourself and others around you!"
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories
  • Our mighty tutor @bernus90 captioned this picture from his recent study trip to Sicily: "Sunset, happy people, tropical fruit and a warm winter" and we don't really know what else to add ☀🤷🏻‍♀ .
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories #graduation #italy #studytrip #sicily #visitsicily
  • Tanzania sure knows how to stun a group of students (and possibly even one of our mighty tutors @bernus90) 😉 Doesn't this beautiful landscape of watercress make you want to pack your bags and fly off to see it too? 🎒✈
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories #graduation #italy #tanzania #studytrip #visittanzania
  • "Fermentation in coffee is an interaction between the many microorganisms, like yeasts and bacteria, in and around the cherries and the sugars which exist within the mucilage, the sticky layer between the seed and the pulp. The microbes break down the sugars of the fruit and quickly lead to chemical and biological changes in the beans, which, in turn, generate a lovely complexity and depth of flavours. "  Learn more about Specialty Coffee Fermentation and farming with our student @saaravrashi article here: https://thenewgastronome.com/coffee-fermentation/
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@cafejesusmartin @sara_bedoyaa @jesusbedoyar
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#unisg #unisglife #foodstudies #slowfood #pollenzo #foodhistory #foodstudies #slowfoodmovement #sustainable #sustinablestyle #sustainablefood #bio #foodstories #specialtycoffe #fermentation #coffee #thenewgastronome