Food Science

On Networks Premiered Jul 30, 2007 Hasn't Aired


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Food Science from On Networks is a high-quality series of science videos presented by Dr. Kiki Sanford, a PhD scientist with a degree in Neurophysiology from UC Davis. She definitely puts zip into her video presentations, teaching science to the viewers without them realizing it is a science lesson. One can learn about such science terms as super saturation and crystallization, by watching the video about making fudge. She presents a video about the odorless, colorless gas known as liquid nitrogen with emphasis on the fact that it has such a low temperature, that you can instantly make ice cream. Find out why some cookies are light and fluffy, while others bake flat, by watching the video "How Leavening Works". Learn about plasticity, elasticity, viscosity and Sir Isaac Newton's Laws. The videos show these properties in common kitchen liquids such as yogurt, gravy and ketchup. Check out this series on food science videos to learn about science in a very entertaining way; making or investigating some of your favorite foods. These videos are highly recommended for children, providing an entertaining way for them to learn about science - "remembering it's not just food, it's science".


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Season 1 : Episode 15

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Food & Cooking


delicious recipes, healthy cooking, for foodies, Cooking, cool gadgets