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One of the most instantly recognizable features of glass is the way it reflects light.
The lungfish is one of the oldest species living today.
September 10th, 1945 finds a strapping (but tender) young rooster pecking through the dust of Fruita, Colorado . The unsuspecting bird had never looked so delicious as he did that, now famous, day. Clara Olsen was planning on featuring the plump chicken in the evening meal.
Datura stramonium , known by the common names Jimson weed or datura is a plant in the Solanaceae ( nightshade ) family, which is believed to have originated in the Americas, but is now found around the world. [ 1 ] For centuries, datura has been used as a herbal medicine to relieve asthma symptoms and as an analgesic during surgery or bonesetting.
Toxoplasma Gondii Parasite Mind Control Half of the world's human population is infected with Toxoplasma. Parasites in the body - and the brain.
In vitro meat , also known as cultured meat , test tube meat , tubesteak , or shmeat , is an animal flesh product that has never been part of a complete, living animal. Alternative names include hydroponic meat, vat-grown meat, victimless meat and vitro meat.
When soda is manufactured, CO 2 gets pumped in at pressures of around 60 pounds per square inch. This forces the carbon dioxide to dissolve into the liquid, creating carbonic acid—H 2 CO 3 —and giving pop its tang.
The Truth about Agave Syrup: Not as Healthy as You May Think by John Kohler A relatively recent trend in raw food preparation is the use of agave syrup (also called agave nectar) as sweetener is called for in raw recipes.
Making fruit juice caviar is not as complicated as you think.
Molecular gastronomy includes the study of how different cooking temperatures affect eggs , [ 1 ] [ 2 ] and their viscosity, their surface tension, and different ways of introducing air into them. [ 3 ]
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Rock flour , or glacial flour , consists of fine-grained, silt-sized particles of rock, generated by mechanical grinding of bedrock by glacial erosion or by artificial grinding to a similar size.
Leaf mold is a form of compost produced by the fungal breakdown [ 1 ] of shrub and tree leaves, which are generally too dry, acidic, or low in nitrogen for bacterial decomposition.