All those little bubbles are popping on my tongue, and it makes that fizzy tingling you feel.
If the water inside a piece of popcorn is what makes it pop, why don't other grains pop as well? Find out on this Moment of Science.
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It's morning time, the birds are singing, the sun is shining, and your breakfast cereal is making a racket. Why do crisped rice cereals make so much noise?
Have you ever wondered why we keep champagne bottles at pressures that would pop a tire? Find out why on this Moment of Science.
The secret is in the unique way microwaves work. Conventional ovens heat up the air inside the oven first then heat up the surface of the food and then heat up the inside. Microwave ovens cook the inside of the food right away, without heating up the surrounding air. They do this by using high frequency electromagnetic waves.