Definitely. Cooking and baking involve chemistry. For ideas, check out Alton Brown’s show on the Food Network or check out the link below.
I would assume you could teach children about the different states of water. While cooking pasta, you could demonstrate how liquid water when heated evaporates and condenses on the lid of a pot. In addition, you could explain that heating asparagus in boiling water causes its cells to pop, producing a bright shade of green. The first is an example of a physical change, the second a chemical change.
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