Is there one food that you wish someone would not only give you for free but would also pay you to eat it?

Let me just put this out there right now. If Dairyhaus in Rockton needs someone to taste-test their ice cream and be quality control, I would be willing to take that role and not get paid.

Train to Become an Expert Taste Tester at UW

The Center of Dairy Research at the University of Wisconsin is actively recruiting people who have a passion for food and can provide a "sensory experience on the basis of appearance, texture, taste and aroma attributes."

While love for all food types is a bonus, the focus for this taste test will be on cheese, pizza, and other dairy products.

Panelists need to be available for up to 3 of the three-hour sessions a week and "should expect to be tasting up to 24 cheese samples and 12 pizzas a week along with other food products."

What are the Responsibilities of a "Descriptive Sensory Panelist"

  • Describing a wide range of food products for appearance, texture, taste, etc.
  • Actively and passionately Participate in Discussions about product attributes

To find out more, CLICK HERE for the job posting from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

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