Education & Experiments Archive

By Abbie Sommer In my house growing up we always had a well-stocked pantry of staple ingredients. Of course, there were the standard baking ingredients needed to make my mom’s famous chocolate chip cookies. There was dried pasta, beans,...
By: Alex Feldmeyer & Abbey Thiel Dalgona coffee first gathered attention in South Korea among social media platforms, namely Tiktok. Eventually it made its way to other countries and assumed the same popularity. At this point, many of you...
By: Alexander J. Taylor Good morning Alex! Thanks for joining me in this interview for Science Meets Food.  First off, would you mind telling me a bit about yourself – your name, your occupation, and how about your favorite...
By: Amanda Sia “You drive me bananas!” When I first started learning English in elementary school, this was one of the English idioms that really stuck out to me because it included a fruit. Other fruit-related phrases and idioms...
By: Abbey Thiel First, we had meatless meat, then ice cream without dairy. Soon, we might have beanless coffee. Atomo Coffee, a Seattle based start-up, is attempting to reverse engineer coffee without the bean. Right now, the drink is...