The metropolitan cooking academy surveyed prospective students and found that students wanted a curriculum that focused on today's healthy dining trends. In order to reverse the trend of declining interest in the school's programs, administrators propose a series of new courses focused on cooking exotic species of fish, alternative grains such as quinoa, and organically produced vegetables.
Which of the following if true, supplies the best reason to suspect that the proposed new course will increase interest in the metropolitan cooking academy?
(A) Cooking fish, grains, and vegetables relies on same culinary fundamentals as does the preparation of other ingredients.
(B) In the food and beverage industry, many employers no longer have time to train apprentices and therefore demand basic culinary skills from their new hires.
(C) Local producers in the area near the Metropolitan cooking academy are excellent sources of exotic fish and organic vegetables.
(D) Many other cooking schools have found a decline in the level of interest in their program.
(E) Many advocates of healthy dining stress the importance of including fish, grains and organically produced vegetables in one's diet.
Source: Veritas Prep
The metropolitan cooking academy surveyed prospective students and found that students wanted a curriculum that focused
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