Check out this video and see how sugar content can affect normal density and weight of an object. Something to think about the next time you reach for that soda pop.
Looking to sell your home baked, treats online in 2015? Take time to have your product properly labeled and tested.
Restaurants have until November to comply with the national regulations regarding the notification of calorie information for food items. Will this regulation help consumer become more aware of the amount of calories they are consuming at restaurant establishments? This news report looks at this topic from the view of the restaurant owner and the restaurant consumer. photo
An interesting thought on weight loss and chemistry coming together.
This news story is very alarming! If you are a germaphobic, you may not be able to stomach all of the places that germs reside at your office place. Remember, where moisture can reside, so can bacteria. It is always a good idea to be conscious of the places you come in contact with and
Check out this article: The 14 Foods You’ve Been Storing All Wrong It really gives a good overview of some common foods that you might be storing the wrong way. There are many articles and blog posts on food waste, but have we really been taught the best way to store foods properly with respect
Check out this YouTube video of some very simple but very cool science experiments. Today, science teachers are making science come to life with experiments infused into their lessons. I thought this video really captures the “coolness” effect of science. It is time for new innovations in science, and it starts with getting our kids
Check out this technology, using a recycled water bottle. Set it up and see how your plants can be watered on a regular basis without much work. Sometimes the best inventions are the simple ones. photo credit: Spicy-Shots via photopin cc
What should you do with all that leftover food? Storing Your Leftovers Discard any turkey, stuffing, and gravy left out at room temperature longer than 2 hours; 1 hour in temperatures above 90 °F. Divide leftovers into smaller portions. Refrigerate or freeze in covered shallow containers for quicker cooling. Use refrigerated turkey, stuffing, and
Does food really contain energy? Check out this experiment with toasted oats and cheese balls. Take a look at the following video demonstration and watch the type of energy that is released from these different food types. Obviously, the way we as people receive energy from food is a much more controlled experience, but this