New in the Maker Shed: Edible Chemistry Kit

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New in the Maker Shed: Edible Chemistry Kit

When I was little, I used to dump all kinds of ingredients from our kitchen into a measuring cup and tell my mom I was a scientist. I came up with some weird stuff and I’m pretty sure some of it is still stuck to the ceiling in our old house. This new Edible Chemistry Kit (available in the Maker Shed) will let you (and your kids) experience the excitement of being a scientist in a tasty, fun, and safe way. The kit includes plenty of ingredients and detailed instructions on how to make color changing soda, polymer pudding, foaming jelly, and several other experiments. You’ll learn all about acids, bases, solutions, formulas, reactions, carbonation, indicators, pigments, gels, and polymers in the best possible way; by using your mouth!

Also, for non-edible fun check out our Glowing Putty – Gels and Slime Kit!

4 thoughts on “New in the Maker Shed: Edible Chemistry Kit

  1. Edible Chemistry Kit Concerns — scientifics says:

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  2. Zing says:

    Isn’t that just a fancy name for cooking ingredients? :> Cooking is pretty much the management of chemical reactions usually by applying heat to produce edible substances.

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