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The Sciences

Junk Food Science & Space Station Spinach

Science & FoodBy Science & FoodApril 25, 2013 7:30 PM

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Getting ready for tonight's Edible Education lecture with Alice Waters, David Binkle, and Wendy Slusser has us thinking a lot about what it means to eat healthfully. The New York Times takes a peek inside the food industry, while Commander Chris Hadfield demonstrates how to prepare cooked spinach aboard the International Space Station. Even astronauts need to eat their vegetables!

The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food – New York Times Magazine

How to Cook Spinach in Space – Chris Hadfield and the Canadian Space Agency

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