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Science In Food Answered

I love creating food its even more fun when science is involved. Anybody have some cool recipes to share?

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Goodhart

6 years ago

Science in the "method of cooking" (here is what goes on physically and chemically when an EGG is heated to such and such a temp) or "demonstrating science" through shapes (microbiotic muffins, etc)?

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lemonieGoodhart

Reply 6 years ago

I find this more amusing...

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(Aaaa! - language!)

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

Tis obvious that his brain is just as fried as the egg.....

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lemonieGoodhart

Reply 6 years ago

It makes a person think though; that's your thought, so something was achieved.

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

Yeah, it made me come to the conclusion that he didn't think it through LOL Sure, kids have a "fun time" with the choking game, until someone dies. The only thoughts it spurs in me is; if you need outside help to have a good time, alcohol or otherwise, you aren't very secure with your own personage ;-) He needs some self esteem :-)

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

What's a TV? OH that box my wife sits in front of that I pay $80 a month to have in the living room....that I get to see pictures on it every now and then.....

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

Honestly, I feel pain constantly, all day, but I have no "need" to numb myself from "experiencing" this or any other part of life :-)

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FlatLinerMEDIClemonie

Reply 6 years ago

Wow. Ive seen car accidents, decapitated limbs due to drugs but no reference to food. I LOVE IT!

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lemonieFlatLinerMEDIC

Reply 6 years ago

Like he says "where's my advert?" - people are extremely reluctant to admit that a person can have a nice-time with drugs.
Alcohol? well that'd be different.

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

To me "alcohol? no, that isn't any different". :-)

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lemonieGoodhart

Reply 6 years ago

Yes, right, but alcohol is legal and taxed...

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

Yes, and of course, I do partake of it medicinally (no more then 4-6 oz of wine on any given day); the other "drugs" I am not sure of any "benefits" from them except one's need to not be "present in the world" for a bit. Which is what most people use alcohol for too, but I don't condone that use for myself....I value my brain too much I suppose. It'll get old on it's own, I don't need to dissolve it ahead of time :-)

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lemonieGoodhart

Reply 6 years ago

You say "present in the world", but which world...?
People experience the world differently,* so in effect we don't share a common definitive-world(?)

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*with/without chemical-influenes

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 6 years ago

How about:: unwarped by chemical "alterations" :-P

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GoodhartFlatLinerMEDIC

Reply 6 years ago

Really? I've heard "flat as a pancake"; like he/she had gone through a "MixMaster"; cracked like an egg, etc. :-)

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pecker

6 years ago

Not personally but Heston Blumenthal has some interesting ones. He does things with dry ice and other strange ingredients.
http://www.channel4.com/4food/recipes/chefs/heston-blumenthal
and loads of his videos on youtube.