A page from our first website! If you want to know more about how food additives tie in with the chemistry that goes on in the kitchen, a downloadable booklet entitled ‘In the mix’ is accessible from the home page, or from the image on this page. Chemicals have always been welcome in the kitchen: ...read more...
Britain’s ‘cheapest’ lunchtime meal has been unveiled – the toast sandwich. The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is reviving the mid-Victorian dish, which consists of two slices of bread around a slice of toast. The meal, costing 7.5p, was first promoted by Victorian food writer Mrs Beeton. It is taken from Mrs Beeton’s Book of ...read more...
THE STORY: A third of breads contain more salt than recommended under guidelines being introduced next year, according to campaign group CASH (Campaign for Action on Salt and Health). The figures came after the Department of Health announced that bread accounts for more salt in our diet than any other food, making up almost a ...read more...
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