Before you start searching:
Use your own culinary knowledge to work through the following steps.
Identify the main concepts in your research question.
Brainstorm keywords (a.k.a. search terms) that relate to your main concept.
Questions to ask yourself:
Build your search by combining some of the keywords you brainstormed. Include words from each of the main concept categories.
Evaluate your initial search results.
Look at your initial search results, do you see the information you need?
Improve your search strategy.
If you didn't find what you needed in your initial search results:
It is called REsearch for a reason. Sometimes you have to circle back to earlier steps and try different things. That is okay! It is all part of the research process.