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Extreme Science Nerd: educator, writer and general foodie.

Apollo 11's ‘Third Man’ didn’t walk on the moon, but his legacy is an inspiration to us all

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Or, ‘the time I (almost) flambéed my eyebrows’

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Recommended recipes and a sprinkle of science

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Rhubarb: the Cinderella of the ‘fruits’

And that is as inspiring as it is humbling

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There is no such thing as the ‘pinnacle’ of evolution. Humans are still evolving, just like everything else

Salt and sugar: ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ for your tastebuds

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“Why would anyone put chocolate with salt? It’s so weird”

Your tastebuds will thank you

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You should be because you are your biggest asset, after all.

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No, that doesn’t mean you can have a doughnut salad.

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I made soufflé, and it was experimental… Here’s what I learned

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*with a little help from science

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