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The Chemistry of Chocolate

These Beautiful Graphics Reveal The Chemistry Of Everyday Foods

Why the Red Urine and Poop? The Chemistry of Beetroot.

The latest of the food science graphics looks at the chemistry of beetroot. An unusual effect of beetroot is that it can cause ‘beeturia’, or a red colouration to the urine, after inges…

Why does coriander taste soapy to some people? Click the 'visit site' button to read more & download.

One soapy herb: Strangely, coriander, or cilantro, tastes soapy to some people and is because the essential oil in the leaves is composed of.

Broccoli colour changes and cancer-fighting compounds

Broccoli colour changes and cancer-fighting compounds

The chemistry of bitters

The chemistry of bitters

Green chemistry is a concept that crops up with increasing frequency; we've already discussed it here previously with reference to the Periodic Table's 'endangered' elements, and the recycling rate...

Green chemistry is a concept that crops up with increasing frequency; we’ve already discussed it here previously with reference to the Periodic Table’s ‘endangered’ elements…

Read this to find out what the chemistry behind your favorite foods are!

While it’s easy to solely view food as objects we consume and digest, there is a chemistry behind why they are the way they are.

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