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Science Mom Uncovers Science in Gelatin Dessert

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"Science Mom" Courtney Corda appeared live on View from the Bay today to demonstrate the way enzymes and proteins interact when you mix various fruits with gelatin. For Courtney, the kitchen is the perfect place for parents to get hands-on with kids about science and can be a wonderful way to explore chemistry and to relate scientific principles to everyday activities.



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I loved the video ! It was educational, but it still gives you a scientific yet cool expirement that you get to eat afterwards! If you like science projects that you can eat,then you have to try this expirement! :)

SCIENCE IS GOOD ALL THE TIME ,ALL THE TIME SCIENCE IS GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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