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Food & Cooking Chemistry - Kitchen Science - About.com
Learn about the chemistry of foods and cooking. Get information about vitamins, minerals, processes, herbs, ingredients, and other kitchen chemistry.
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Kitchen Science Experiments and Projects - Chemistry - About.com
Not all science requires expensive and hard to find chemicals or fancy laboratories. You can explore the fun of science in your own kitchen. Here are some ...
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Food Science Projects - Cooking and Food Projects and ... - Chemistry
There is a lot of fun and educational science to be found in the kitchen. These projects will help you explore cooking chemistry and the science of foods.
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Science Fair Experiment Ideas- Chemistry of Cooking
These are ideas for science fair projects that involve food or cooking chemistry.
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Food and Cooking Chemistry FAQs - About.com
Get answers to your questions about food and cooking chemistry.
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How Baking Soda Works - Cooking Chemistry
Baking soda helps make baked goods rise. Here's a look at the cooking chemistry behind how baking soda works.
http://chemistry.about.com/od/foodcookingchemistry/a/How-Baking-Soda-Works-For-Baking.htm
Cooking Chemistry Quiz - About.com
See how well you understand food chemistry and how cooking works with this fun multiple choice trivia quiz.
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How Baking Powder Works (Cooking Chemistry) - About.com
Baking powder is used in baking to make cakes and breads rise. The big advantage of baking powder over yeast is that it works instantly. Here's how the ...
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Stove Top Frozen Pizza Science Experiment - Chemistry - About.com
Unless you have never cooked before, you probably have made some observations about cooking frozen pizzas and might have an opinion about how likely it is ...
http://chemistry.about.com/od/foodscienceprojects/ss/Stove-Top-Frozen-Pizza-Science-Experiment.htm
Chameleon Eggs Cooking Chemistry Project - About.com
Make edible gel eggs that change color in soda or lemonade. These chameleon eggs make a great acid-base, pH indicator and polymer chemistry project.
http://chemistry.about.com/od/ediblescienceprojects/a/Chameleon-Eggs-Cooking-Chemistry-Project.htm
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