Today’s Video of the Day comes thanks to the American Chemical Society’s Reactions series and features a look at a series of food hacks.
Included in the clip are expert tips on how to cook lower-calorie rice, bake juicy chicken without spending all that time marinating, and stop fresh fruit from browning as quickly.
My top 5 supplies for kitchen chemistry. Hydrogen Peroxide. Vinegar. Yeast. Dish Soap. Baking Soda. If you want the rest of my kitchen chemistry supply suggestions, grab this supply shopping list. There is so much that you can do with these simple ingredients to explore chemistry.
Kitchen chemistry involves using everyday items that you can find in your kitchen or local discount store to explore basic chemistry. You can do so much with so little if you use some imagination and some overflow trays. As always, consider appropriate safety precautions.
Homeschooling with Chemistry in the Kitchen is math-free, practical, fun, and flexible! Most chemistry curriculums are comprised of thick.
By Rory Arnold, Earth.com
Source: American Chemical Society