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What Einstein Told His Cook by Robert L. Wolke
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Jan 05, 2015

it was amazing
Recommended for: People who like cooking or baking, and maybe a little science.
Read from February 10 to 20, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Awe-some! If you enjoy cooking/baking/random kitchen stuff, this book is a fun read. The author has a newspaper column on cooking and this book is set up like a big Q and A session separated into different categories. If you think it is intriguing to learn about different sweeteners, where sea salt comes from (it doesn't have to be the sea), if those little droplets of red liquid coming out of a rare steak is blood or not, or if irradiating food is safe, check out this book. There are hundreds of interesting questions answered. It has some science talk in it but nothing the average person couldn't understand.


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