Eco Logic

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The One with the Domes

Have you ever wondered where vegetable raise their families?

A cuisine’s defining flavours don’t exist by accident, they’re intertwined with history, culture, climate and weather. That’s why Thai food is characterised by tropical lime, chilli and Thai basil, while Scandinavian food is known for its cool-climate cold-water fish, potatoes and seasonal berries. Alice shows the Super Naturals why different cuisines use a variety of ingredients and what that tells you about climatic zones. Lily chats to Vera the Vegetable Clairvoyant and Paul West about her favourite foods as a vegetarian.

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The One with the Domes

Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Climate, Culture, Food
4 5
Humanities and Social Sciences
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI094 ACHASSI095
Borrowed Words
4
English
ACELA1487
Flavour Makers
3 4 6
Science Health and Physical Education
ACSSU095 ACPPS036
Transcript The One with the Domes
4 5
Humanities and Social Sciences
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI094 ACHASSI095
The One with the Domes
Climate, Culture, Food
Yr Level
4 5
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences
Curriculum Code
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI094 ACHASSI095
Borrowed Words
Yr Level
4
Learning Area
English
Curriculum Code
ACELA1487
Flavour Makers
Yr Level
3 4 6
Learning Area
Science Health and Physical Education
Curriculum Code
ACSSU095 ACPPS036
Transcript The One with the Domes
Yr Level
4 5
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences
Curriculum Code
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI094 ACHASSI095

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