Everyone must be having some experience in the chemistry involved when we are in the kitchen.
For example, a very trivial one is, when you keep onions in vinegar, it turns dark purple. That is because onions like many other substances are 'natural indicators' which can differentiate between acidic and alkaline solution by changing their colour.
If you are interested, why don't we collect some more kitchen chemistry experiences and put them down here?
The Bloke down the road had a reputation for being really good in kitchen chemistry
Last Week He Blew it and his kitchen burnt down.
The Smell was Terrible.. we thought he must have been using Onions and Vinegar but it wasn't that...
The Firemen rescued him from the top of a large tree....
He was high as a Kite!!
The Police couldn't work out how he managed to get blown up the tree
I laughed when they said he was a Pee Kitchen...
because I thought... Well no matter how he had tried.. he couldn't put his fire out or stop it from burning down his onions and vinegar.
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