Sometimes you don’t need recipes in the kitchens, but your own creativity. And today I show you the most unusual comparisons that make the best experiments both in the kitchen and our lab.
You can add some skittles in a frying pan, pour some oil over them and then add the popcorn. This way you can make sweet-flavored colorful popcorn for your friends and family.
I also show you some science experiments you’ll love trying. One is to soak an egg in vinegar overnight and then in the morning, you’ll have a transparent egg.
To make incredible abstract cake decorations, you can pour some melted caramel candy over a few ice-cubes. Then, after the liquid takes form, you can place it on top of your birthday cake.
To see how receipts are actually activated by heat, run a receipt paper through your hair iron. It will immediately turn black.
0:50 – Unbelievable science experiments
3:16 – How receipts actually work
3:24 – How to make homemade snow
5:07 – Water glass experiments
7:31 – Crafts using glow sticks
8:30 – Amazing silver egg
9:42 – Lid candle vs water
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