James Zambucka

James Zambucka

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Make some edible stretchy slime. | 19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

{New Recipe} All-Natural Edible Slime! No cook recipe that's ready in less than 5 minutes. Feels and acts just like traditional slimes without any chemicals! From Fun at Home with Kids-(sub basil seeds for chia)

Learn about luminescence with glowing Jell-O. | 19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

Glow in the Dark Jello. Notice that it says that it adds the taste of the quinine to the jello. I have not made this, but I think that adding some fruit to the jello might offset the quinine taste.

Create an edible water bottle. | 19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

DIY: How to Make an Edible Water “Bottle” or Bubble Video Description Inhabitat’s Yuka Yoneda shows you how to make an edible water “bottle” using the process of spherification. Our article about the Ooho ( an innovative new water “bottle” with an.

Have fun with sherbet. | 19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

How to make a simple 2 ingredient sherbet for kids. Edible science activity will have them tasting different flavours and enjoying a taste sensory explosion! By Laughing Kids Learn not sherbert like the ice cream but still fun