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

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Maker Media, Inc., Sep 2, 2016 - Technology & Engineering - 208 pages
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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 more 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 food
  • Chemical cuisine and molecular gastronomy
  • Prepared foods like jellies and pickles at home
  • Growing your own ingredients
  • Cooking off the grid
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
How to Cook Up a New Invention
Crazy Kitchen Gadgets and Useful Utensils
Create Chemical Cuisine
1-60
Juicy Gelatin Dots
1-66
HackIt from Scratch
2-67
OvenBaked French Fries
2-87
Grow Your Own Ingredients
2-111
Cook off the Grid
4-57
Index
5-63
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About the author (2016)

Kathy Ceceri is the author of activity books for kids and families, including Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future. She helped create the Geek-Mom blog and the book Geek Mom: Projects, Tips, and Adventures for Moms and Their 21st-Century Families and contributed more than a dozen projects to the Geek Dad series of books. Formerly the Homeschooling Expert at About.com, Kathy presents robots and STEAM programs at schools, museums, libraries, and Maker Faires around the country. She lives with her family in Upstate New York.

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