Edible Inventions: Cooking Hacks and Yummy Recipes You Can Build, Mix, Bake, and Grow

Edible Inventions Cooking Hacks and Yummy Recipes You Can Build Mix Bake and Grow Believe it or not there s a lot of inventing going on in the kitchen Unless you only eat fruits and veggies right off the plant you are using tools and techniques invented by humans to make food tas

  • Title: Edible Inventions: Cooking Hacks and Yummy Recipes You Can Build, Mix, Bake, and Grow
  • Author: Kathy Ceceri
  • ISBN: 9781680452099
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Believe it or not, there s a lot of inventing going on in the kitchen Unless you only eat fruits and veggies right off the plant, you are using tools and techniques invented by humans to make food tasty and easier to digest When you cook food, you start to break it down into a form your body can absorb When you add chemicals to make it thicker, gooey er, or puffy eBelieve it or not, there s a lot of inventing going on in the kitchen Unless you only eat fruits and veggies right off the plant, you are using tools and techniques invented by humans to make food tasty and easier to digest When you cook food, you start to break it down into a form your body can absorb When you add chemicals to make it thicker, gooey er, or puffy er, you turn a bunch of boring ingredients into a mouth watering snack Edible Inventions Cooking Hacks and Yummy Recipes You Can Build, Mix, Bake, and Grow will show you some unusual ways to create a meal, and help you invent some of your own Projects include 3D printing with foodChemical cuisine and molecular gastronomyPrepared foods like jellies and pickles at homeGrowing your own ingredientsCooking off the grid

    One thought on “Edible Inventions: Cooking Hacks and Yummy Recipes You Can Build, Mix, Bake, and Grow”

    1. Edible Inventions is a kid-friendly and fun way to explore cooking while learning about science. While it is in part a traditional cookbook with recipes, Edible Inventions also explores STEM through different projects, and it also touches on growing ingredients. I would recommend this book to kids 8 and up, but smaller children should have adult supervision. It is easy to read, and the projects should be accomplished as much as possible by the child so that they can fully explore the process, bu [...]

    2. Very approachable for kids & adults, this is a good introduction to some cooking techniques most people won't have tried. Readers who want more should try "Cooking for Geeks" by Jeff Potter, it covers basically all this book does and about 70% more.

    3. A great, novel cookbook with some simply, but interesting recipes and experiments. For anyone interested in some of the science of cooking, or how to incorporation more tangible science lessons into cooking (or baking), this is a good place to start. It is kid-friendly, too!

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