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Have you ever had a cold and your nose was so stuffy that you food just didn't taste the same? Your sense of smell and your sense of taste are closely related. In this science project, you'll investigate how the two senses work together to help you taste different flavors. Three other volunteer "tasters" will sample various baby foods, fruits, vegetables and meat, while blind folded
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This experiment was performed to find out how the temperature of our food will influence our taste sensation. The taste buds on our tongues are sensitive to temperature. Hence, in order to taste the full flavor of the food that we eat, should we eat it when served piping hot, warm, or cool?
Difficulty: Elementary school
This science fair project was performed to examine how much of the cat food eaten by the feline is actually digested and absorbed. The tests were done using 4 brands of cat food – IAMS, Friskies, Pet Promise and Nutro Natural Dry.
Difficulty: Middle school
The purpose of this experiment is to observe the results of cellular respiration of yeasts, using grape sugar as a substrate and yielding carbon dioxide and ethanol.
Difficulty: High school
The purpose of this experiment is to measure and compare the Vitamin C content in a variety of food samples and to determine the effect of various factors on Vitamin C concentration.
Difficulty: Middle school
Just about everything has potential energy stored in it. The problem is releasing that energy to be able to do some work.A tiny peanut contains stored chemical energy. When we eat them, the stored energy is converted by our bodies so we can do work. We can also use the energy in a peanut to heat a container of water.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How much starch do common foods contain? How can we measure this?
Difficulty: Middle school
The foods you eat are made of organic compounds. You can perform chemical tests to learn what foods contain carbohydrates, lipids, and/or proteins.
Difficulty: Middle school
To compare different heating methods for rate of cooking and for impact on final product quality. This will be accomplished by cooking potatoes and carrots for varied times with varied heating procedures.
Difficulty: Middle school
Do different brands of popcorn leave different amounts of unpopped kernels?
Difficulty: Elementary school
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