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Chef Ludo Lefebvre visits the Bordier Butter Factory

Butter blocks, butter blobs, butter rolls, butter balls, butter cones, butter wheels! Go behind the scenes of a French butter factory with chef Ludo Lefebvre in this subtitled bonus scene from the Anthony Bourdain-pro...

The science of milk

Milk is poured into cereal. We might want milk for our cookies or hot chocolate. We can use milk to bake. It's usually in our cheeses, butters, and ice creams. Milk is often the first thing we drink as newborn babies....

How Does it Grow? Raspberries

Raspberries are delicious and delicate! They grow on brambles, prickly shrubs that grow from roots that can live for 20 years. Their pollinated flowers transform into the fragile fruit, which is actually more than 100...

The 1,000 year old windmills of Nashtifan

In the small village of Nashtifan, Iran, some of the oldest windmills in the world, with what may be the earliest windmill design in the world, still spin. From National Geographic: Made of natural clay, straw, an...

How do the blind cook?

Chopping veggies with a sharp knife, cooking up sauces on a hot stove, and prepping a fresh fish for the oven all with a GoPro on, American chef Christine Hà demonstrates how someone who is blind can cook complex dish...

Do M&Ms dissolve in water?

Yes, yes they do. From the Beauty of Science team led by Yan Liang, enjoy this 4K time lapse video of m&m's artificial colors dissolving in petri dishes of water. Watch more from Beauty of Science.

Four pro-chef pastry recipes that are super easy to make

If you want to help with preparing brunch for guests or make breakfast in bed for your favorite adults, then check out these four super easy pastry recipes that'll make your dishes look like the work of a pro chef... ...

The Fungi in Your Future: Mushroom leather, furniture, and more

Mushrooms come in a wide variety of species, they recycle dead plants which helps to create nutrient soil, and they can be turned into food, furniture, packaging, leather, and more. Enter MycoWorks, a team of engineer...

Shrimp Traps & Sweet Potatoes: Food with Primitive Technology

How do you grow or catch dinner in the forest with none of the modern day conveniences that we're used to? In this episode of Primitive Technology, shrimp are caught with freshly woven funnel baskets made with lawyer ...

Everyday Objects In Macro

Take a good look at these everyday objects up close... the colors, the textures, the scratches or bits of dust and dirt. Can you guess what the objects are before the camera zooms out? This is Everyday Objects In ...

Incredible Amezaiku candy animal sculptures by Shinri Tezuka

Goldfish and octopuses that look like glass, tiny real looking pandas, shiba inu dogs, rabbits, dragons, and snakes... all edible. In the art of Amezaiku (飴細工), artisans craft small candy lollipop sculptures. D...

Welding in Space

On June 3, 1965, after America's first spacewalk was complete, the two Gemini IV astronauts, spacewalker Edward H. White II and command pilot James A. McDivitt, had trouble getting the hatch closed. They managed to, a...

Volcano Bread

A loaf cake will bake at a temperature of 177C (350F) for around 45-60 minutes... you can microwave one in a mug at full power for just 2 minutes... and if you have a 100C (212F) hot spring, like they do in Laugarvatn...

How Does it Grow? Pumpkins

"The U.S. harvests five hundred million pounds of a food we have no intention of eating..." and if we did decide to eat this particular variety of food, it wouldn't taste like what we'd expect. In this episode of ...

Skittles candy dissolves into rainbows

Science + candy = rainbows! Check out this classic and colorful trick as the artificial candy colors dissolve into hot water-fueled PGYOR stripes. YouTuber Dexter See tried it with awesome results. Here's how: Si...

What causes cavities?

When a team of archeologists recently came across some 15,000-year-old human remains, they made an interesting discovery: the teeth of those ancient humans were riddled with holes. So what causes cavities, and how can...

Can bumblebees teach each other to pull a string?

This worker bumblebee has been taught that if she pulls the string, she'll be able to get to the artificial blue flower's sucrose solution center. Scientists from the Bee Behavioural and Sensory Ecology Lab at Queen M...

How to make Chinese traditional Nanshan noodles

A staple in Chinese dishes, noodles can come in all shapes, ingredients, and styles dependent on what region of the country they're made. In Nan Shan, a village in the city of Wenzhou, China, noodle-making is a lot li...