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Salt Water Density Straw Sick Science!

Create a colorful rainbow inside a straw while learning a lesson in density. This easy kitchen science experiment uses materials found in your house and can be done by kids of all ages (with a little parental assistance). Materials Salt Water Measuring…
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Extract the DNA from a Strawberry - Kitchen Science

DNA is the building block of all living creatures, plants and animals. It is found in the cells of animals and determines the genetics or make up of every individual organism. DNA is also present in the whole foods we eat. Thanks to the special…
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Dancing Spaghetti - A Lesson in Density

Who knew noodles could dance? Head to the kitchen, grab a handful of pasta noodles along with a few other materials and get ready for a science pasta party. This is some kitchen science that will have you learning about volume and density in…

Science of Food - Molecular Gastronomy

Molecular gastronomy sounds more like a condition than something cool to eat. It's a cool kind of science that is sweeping trendy restaurants across the country. Ingredients undergo change while cooking. Molecular gastronomy studies the physical…