Science You Can Eat: 20 Activities that Put Food Under the Microscope

Science You Can Eat: 20 Activities that Put Food Under the Microscope

by Stefan Gates

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Overview

Discover the incredible, edible science that happens every time you cook, bake, or eat with this children's book that is part-cookbook, part-science reference.

This children's book explores the science of food by asking the questions that you're hungry to know the answers to and providing you with the chance to test them out through fun experiments.

Science You Can Eat will transform your kitchen into a lab through 20 fun food experiments. Cooking is chemistry, and all of the fun science experiments inside this book are edible! This exciting kid's book tackles all those tasty science questions you have about food, plus plenty more that you hadn't thought of. Once you understand science, you understand food - so find out why popcorn go "pop" as you test it out for yourself; explore how taste is affected by smell; and discover the secret to making a perfect cookie.

With a close look at everyday ingredients as well as a peek into the future of food, Science You Can Eat helps you understand what's happening with our food and why. Each page is guaranteed to leave kids hungry for more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781465468437
Publisher: DK
Publication date: 06/11/2019
Pages: 96
Sales rank: 325,350
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

About the Author

Stefan Gates AKA "The Gastronaut" is an author, presenter, and self-professed "Food Adventurer" with the mission to make food fascinating. The author of seven books on food and science, including Incredible Edibles and Gastronaut, Stefan has also produced and appeared in more than a dozen TV shows including Food Factory, Gastronuts, Newsnight, and This Morning, as well as the documentary Can Eating Insects Save the World?.

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