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Why Does Asparagus Make Your Pee Smell
Ever wonder how Pop Rocks work? Do you hate drinking orange juice after brushing your teeth? Think your cousin is weird because he absolutely hates cilantro? The author compiles myths, facts and things you think about and never thought to ask in one easy to read question and answer guide. All the answers in Why Does Asparagus Make Your Pee Smell are all science based, so you get quality answers as opposed to “it just is.”
Why Does Asparagus Make Your Pee Smell?” In filled with informative facts for a random trivia night, to test out party tricks (tonic water glows under a black light) or just to further one’s knowledge. You might not remember all the information in the book from the first read, but it’s filled with enough trivia that it keeps you coming back. You can even be a smarty-pants and school your friends on something they think they know.
I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered that this book is filled with interesting facts presented in a fun and clever way. I was never confused by the science or bored with technical jargon, this book has good information that is fun to learn! If you’re interested in food science and trivia, this book is definitely for you. It’s filled with frankly beautiful infographics that are easy to read and give you everything you need to know. Each question is paired with a page or so of easy-to-read explanation as well as a stunning graphic that spells it all out for you. From poisonous puffer fish to why onions make people cry, there is a wealth of information here!
The visuals of this book do a great job of breaking up the information. There are things I discovered in this book that I didn’t even know existed like artichokes make drinks taste sweeter?
Andy Brunning is a graduate chemist and school teacher with a true passion for making chemistry exciting and interesting. He created the hit Compound Interest blog, examining the chemical reactions we come across on a day-to-day basis. Check out the blog at compoundchem.com, tweet Compound Interest @compoundchem. Brunning lives in Bournemouth, U.K.
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