#LockdownLearning: become a food scientist
Become a food scientist! Food fills our bellies but with the help of a few scientific tricks, it can also be preserved to be eaten later, change state (that's when something changes between a solid, liquid or gas) or even be turned into a solution to help with other scientific experiments.
Here's 4 easy activities you can try at home to help you become a food scientist with some helpful hints from our friends at the Association for Science Education explaining the method behind the 'magic'...
Investigation 1: Making and testing red cabbage indicator
Investigation 2: Making dried fruit snack
Get some fruit at the ready and make your own dried fruit snack - click here to download your guide.
Investigation 3: Drying herbs
Investigation 4: Making ice cream in a bag
We all love a treat of ice-cream, don't we? Now it's time to have a go at making your own - click here to download a step-by-step guide.
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Last edited: 12 May 2020 at 08:32
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