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Date: 3rd March 2022

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (AEDT)

Duration: 2 Hours

Format: Virtual

Texture modification requires thought and preparation to provide safe and appetising meals. Texture modified meal, especially puree texture, is difficult to present and arrange due to the change of the food structure to a puree consistency. Meal presentation for puree meals is difficult and how to make the meal look like food is a challenge to many working in aged care.

This training webinar will work towards supporting those working in aged care to gain skills in texture modified meals, how to present and quality texture modified menu planning.  The training will include an opportunity to discuss the types of meal presentation strategies used for texture modified meals. How to fit in texture modified meals into the production system and first hand chef experience on how to present and quickly assemble texture modified meals. This training event will highlight strategies for meal preparation, presentation, resources available to support texture modified meal planning and food manufacturing solutions.  

Skills Obtained

  1. Texture modified overview – why it is used
  2. Types of textures
  3. Presentation style
  4. Moulds and premade texture modified foods (suppliers)
  5. Nutrition and texture modified meals (nutrient dilution)
  6. Menu integration and quality
  7. Texture modified equipment and products (moulds/thickened products/blixes)
  8. Texture modified resources (our supply partners)

Special guest: 

Darren Benfell, Consulting Executive Chef at Textured Food Innovations. Mr Benfell’s vision is to be able “to provide dignity surrounding all meals for elderly residents living in aged care.”

Barry McKibbin, Hospitality Services Manager at Anglican Care Hospitality Services. Barry is known for Meals Matter project “…to make sure food is good in terms of look and taste, presented and served in a way that is more restaurant style than institutional…

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Texture Modified Meal Presentation

Texture Modified Meal Presentation

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Description of product

Date: 3rd March 2022

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (AEDT)

Duration: 2 Hours

Format: Virtual

Texture modification requires thought and preparation to provide safe and appetising meals. Texture modified meal, especially puree texture, is difficult to present and arrange due to the change of the food structure to a puree consistency. Meal presentation for puree meals is difficult and how to make the meal look like food is a challenge to many working in aged care.

This training webinar will work towards supporting those working in aged care to gain skills in texture modified meals, how to present and quality texture modified menu planning.  The training will include an opportunity to discuss the types of meal presentation strategies used for texture modified meals. How to fit in texture modified meals into the production system and first hand chef experience on how to present and quickly assemble texture modified meals. This training event will highlight strategies for meal preparation, presentation, resources available to support texture modified meal planning and food manufacturing solutions.  

Skills Obtained

  1. Texture modified overview – why it is used
  2. Types of textures
  3. Presentation style
  4. Moulds and premade texture modified foods (suppliers)
  5. Nutrition and texture modified meals (nutrient dilution)
  6. Menu integration and quality
  7. Texture modified equipment and products (moulds/thickened products/blixes)
  8. Texture modified resources (our supply partners)

Special guest: 

Darren Benfell, Consulting Executive Chef at Textured Food Innovations. Mr Benfell’s vision is to be able “to provide dignity surrounding all meals for elderly residents living in aged care.”

Barry McKibbin, Hospitality Services Manager at Anglican Care Hospitality Services. Barry is known for Meals Matter project “…to make sure food is good in terms of look and taste, presented and served in a way that is more restaurant style than institutional…