Minecraft Home Design ep.11 (Adding a Kitchen)

_-D1-_ I do a simple kitchen from all the stuff we have learned in the previous episodes. :D Enjoy! Music done by me with Acid Studio Everything in minecraft…
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Glass Beakers In The Kitchen? Adding Science To The Art Of Cooking

How many times have you been in the kitchen and run out of measuring cups to store your precisely prepared ingredients? We have. Glassware made specifically for kitchen use can be prohibitively expensive and many home chefs will settle for boring bowls and cups. Ever consider labware for your kitchen? Watch a couple episodes of Alton Brown’s hit Food Network show, “Good Eats,” and the rest is history. The fact is lab equipment isn’t entirely foreign to being used in the kitchen. Every wonder where the idea for the immersion blender came from?

Laboratory grade glassware makes the perfect supplement for your home cooking needs. Many of the properties that make laboratory lab equipment so great in the labware also valued in your kitchen. Characteristics such as a high melting point, resistance to strong acids, alkalis, and thermal shock make laboratory glass perfect for the kitchen.

Glass beakers can be used to mix and serve salad dressings and drinks. Ever had a test-tube shot? Make your guests the Guinea Pigs your next experiment. You may also put a cork in those test-tubes and use them to make a very cool spice rack. In fact, what couldn’t you use labware for you in your kitchen?

Erlenmeyer flasks can be used for many of the same uses but on a larger scale. These flasks are perfect for the home-brewed beer enthusiasts. They may also be used for storing leftover soups, pastas, and sauces. Never guess what’s in the leftover container again!

Speaking of sauces… want to try a new delicate sauce recipe, but don’t have the time to continuously stir it? A magnetic stirring hot plate can solve that problem. Simply drop a teflon coated stir bar (won’t add any unwanted flavors) into your sauce to be, and the magnetic hot plate will automatically stir it for you.

Beakers can easily replace measuring cups and drinking glasses. They also make a wonderful alternative serving dish for layered desserts.

One of the best features of using lab equipment in the kitchen is their ability to be used over and over and not retain any leftover flavors. Dishwasher safe and laboratory approved, labware makes a great alternative to traditional measuring, storing, stirring, and scooping containers.

Dare to be different and discover what scientists know you have been missing out on by using labware in your kitchen.

NovaTech International provides more information on glass beakers and other lab equipment.

How to turn milk into a hard plastic nearly as strong as stone! All we need for this simple kitchen science experiment is milk, vinegar and a strainer. You can make all kinds of shapes and designs using this “plastic-like” material. In fact, this is the stuff they used before plastic was around! Instructions: Take 1 warm cup of milk and mix with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar. Basically, for every cup of milk you use, add 1 tablespoon of vinegar and you can make a much larger batch. Mix it together and strain out the curds that form. Once you dry it you can mold it into any shape you desire, but let it dry for a couple days first! Be sure to check out out links and fanpages. Follow us on twitter. Remember it is kitchen science week so tune in to our next 2 videos coming out shortly! Facebook: facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com

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