Cooking Chemistry and the Formulator -- Seasonings: Taste and Smell

Abrutyn, Eric S.
November 2009
Cosmetics & Toiletries;Nov2009, Vol. 124 Issue 11, p18
This article is the last in a four-part series that highlights connections between cooking chemistry and personal care product development, including reactions that occur and why, and how to best utilize these reactions, for the benefit of formulators.


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