Science Experiments You Can Eat

Science Experiments You Can Eat

Book - 1971
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Baker & Taylor
Experiments with food demonstrate various scientific principles and produce an eatable result. Includes fruit drinks, grape jelly, muffins, chop suey, yogurt, and junket.

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Science never tasted so good!

Dig into a feast of fun—where you’re the scientist and the kitchen is your laboratory! Discover what it takes to make sugar crystallize into rock candy, what moisture has to do with popping popcorn, and how proteins are essential in making cakes and muffins rise. And after you’ve tested your theories and made some amazing discoveries, you can actually eat your results!

Vicki Cobb’s Science Experiments You Can Eat has stood the test of time, filling the minds—and stomachs—of kids for more than forty years. Now with revised and updated material that includes clever new procedures, many new experiments, and vital information on nutrition, a whole new generation of readers can devour this cornucopia of food for thought.



Baker
& Taylor

Simple experiments for the family kitchen reflect advances in scientific knowledge, as well as the popularity of the microwave, and show how to make caramel, fluff up popcorn, and conduct other experiments

Publisher: [S.l.] : Harper & Row, 1971
ISBN: 9780064460026
0064460029
Characteristics: 127 p. : ill ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Lippman, Peter J. - Illustrator

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