Chemistry in the Kitchen


What is liquid smoke?

It’s actually exactly what it sounds like, as crazy as that is. Smoke from a wood-burning fire is blown into condensers, which collect many of the volatile chemicals in smoke. This mixture is then diluted with water. It’s used to cure bacon and flavor many other foods.


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