Science You Can Eat

Science You Can Eat

Book - 2019 | First American edition
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Explores the science behind food, nutrition, and cooking. Includes twenty experiments for young readers to further understand the science at home.
Contents: Where it all starts
What is food?
Trick your taste buds
How smell works
The world's smelliest fruit
Why we love food
Salt and other marvelous minerals
Food and color
Ways of cooking
Cooking without heat
Unusual foods
Vitamins and minerals
Find iron in your cereal!
Why does popcorn pop?
The sticky science of gum
Water is wonderful
Fizzy cola
Instant ice cream
Drinks that glow!
Exploding food!
Cool cabbage
Sour science
Color-changing cabbage
Invisible ink
Inside an egg
Naked eggs
Brilliant bread
What makes bread rise?
Ripening bananas
Good and bad mold
When food is dangerous
Hot stuff
Why do unions make us cry?
Edible slime
Digestion: the journey
Super saliva
Rude food and explosive pee
Amazing vegetables
Fantastic fruit
Eating meat
Fake meats
The foods of the future
Would you eat a bug?
Publisher: New York, NY : DK Publishing, 2019
Edition: First American edition
Branch Call Number: 641.3 G
Characteristics: 96 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
ISBN: 9781465468437


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The perfect book for curious minds and hungry bellies. Do an experiment, then eat it. Recommended by Caitlin

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