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What Einstein told his cook : kitchen science explained
Wolke, Robert L.
Adult Nonfiction TX652 .W65 2002

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Summary: Does drinking soft drink contribute to global warming? Why do we salt the water for boiling pasta? Why don't the amounts of fats on food labels add up? In this fun and accessible book, Robert L Wolke provides reliable and witty explanations to these and over 100 other everyday kitchen queries. In a humorous style Wolke debunks common kitchen misconceptions and helps readers to see through confusing food advertising and labeling. Just like having a scientist at your side, this book answers your questions in plain, non-technical terms. Discover why cooked foods turn brown, how to remove excess salt from soup and what makes a container 'microwave safe'.


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