Tuesday July 29 2014
Pepper Hot
I got the idea for this week's show while eating dinner. I was eating at a spicy meal at a Chinese restaurant, and it suddenly occurred to me that the "hot" taste of the Chinese mustard was very different from the "hot" taste of the Kung Pow Chicken. To get a taste of an interesting area of science, you will need several of the following:


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