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Learn chemistry & science in the kitchen,
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This review is from: Science Experiments You Can Eat: Revised Edition (Paperback)I bought this book for my 9 yr old grandson and find it is also interesting to his mother and myself in the way it illustrates the chemistry & science involved in ordinary things done in the kitchen. It answers questions like why does a cut apple turn brown, why tea may turn some punch cloudy and how microwave popcorn shares technology used in the stealth bomber.
This book helps to show how chemistry & science affects everything we do and answers that always present question, "Why do I need to learn this (chemistry, science, ect.)?