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Science Magic in the Kitchen: Amazing Tricks With Ordinary Stuff

by Richard Robinson

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Mix together these experiments and more to create the perfect recipe for cooking up kitchen magic...
Command a volcano to erupt right in your kitchen! Change salt into sugar and milk into...plastic! Amaze your friends, as one of the world's only raisin trainers! Build your own skyscraper...out of spaghetti!
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Mix together these experiments and more to create the perfect recipe for cooking up kitchen magic...

Command a volcano to erupt right in your kitchen! Change salt into sugar and milk into...plastic! Amaze your friends, as one of the world's only raisin trainers! Build your own skyscraper...out of spaghetti!

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Mix together these experiments and more to create the perfect recipe for cooking up kitchen magic. Command a volcano to erupt right in your kitchen; change salt into sugar and milk into plastic!

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