Departmental Bulletin Paper 小学校,中学校および高等学校家庭科における鹹味調味料の学習
ショウガッコウ チュウガッコウ オヨビ コウトウ ガッコウ カテイカ ニ オケル カンミ チョウミリョウ ノ ガクシュウ
Studies of salty seasonings in domestic science textbooks for elementary school, junior high school and high school

武田, 珠美  ,  木本, いつか  ,  タケダ, タマミ  ,  キモト, イツカ  ,  Takeda, Tamami  ,  Kimoto, Itsuka

66pp.361 - 366 , 2017-12-19 , 熊本大学
Salty seasonings in Japan can be characterized as having a complicated taste such as umami and sweetness combined with a salty taste through fermentation. Seasonings have different taste and flavor by region depending on thematerials and fermentation conditions. Focusing on regional differences, we investigated the history and educationalcontents of seasonings based on a survey of the literature. The results show that the salt industry was standardizedby policy. Miso and soy sauce are mass produced in different ways, but the regional differences in quality weremaintained because of the presence of large, medium and small enterprises. In elementary school textbooks, the type of miso was published, but the type of soy sauce was not. However a half of university students answered in aquestionnaire survey that they learned both types at elementary school, and both seasonings were necessary for homecooking. Education plays a role in culture, and so it should reflect local food so as to protect regional differences.

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