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Many first generation world cuisines have undergone adaptation in the United States and emerged as second generation fusion cuisines. This session will review the most prevalent fusion cuisines, how they emerged in the American melting pot, and how fusion cuisine culinary knowledge and skills can be used as an effective tool in communicating with and coaching diverse patients and clients.
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 1040
- Identify three basic cuisines that have undergone cultural adaptation and emerged as a fusion cuisine, and note the impact on generational preferences.
- Describe opportunities to use fusion cuisine as a communication bridge in working with culturally diverse patients and clients.
- Provide more culturally relevant guidance to diverse patients and clients by using fusion cuisine culinary techniques and principles to promote healthful dietary patterns.
- Marie Molde, MBA, RDN
- David Orozco, MS, RDN, LD
- Deanne Brandstetter, MBA, RDN, CDN, FAND
Planned with the Diversity Committee