Ingredients of an All-Natural Strawberry August 22, 2014ALL-NATURAL BANANA and other fruits, Infographicsart, biology, chemistry, Education, fruit, infographics, ingredients, organic chemistry, photography, posters, revision, science, strawberries, study, teachingJames Kennedy jameskennedymonash.wordpress.com Advertisement Related
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So, what is in this kind of straweberry bread: http://leckerbiss.wordpress.com/2014/08/30/agricultural-innovation/
Thanks for the information! I like your blog 😉
Can you do milk and butter? I’m having an argument with my mother about the amount of ingredients in lactose free butter.
Could I inquire as to the point of this?
It’s interesting – that’s all!
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Fair enough! Thanks 🙂
Could you do one on bamboo? It has a really interesting structure
On your lists, the word for water is in Spanish. Why did you make all the waters in Spanish? Was it to confuse people or for some other reason?
Because the INCI name for water is aqua, and the word “aqua” is often used on ingredient labels de denote water, H2O.
Thanks for this list of ingredients.
Could you precise how the analysis was done ? HPLC ? GC/MS ?
How are we sure that every compound is well identified ?
Yes. HPLC and GC/MS for the “aroma/fragrance” compounds. Not every compound is included, of course. We just the first 50 or so to make an interesting artwork. In reality you’d find thousands of compounds, many in undetectably small concentrations.
What is “ASH”. I suppose that there are all inorganic compounds, “mineral” I mean. Could you confirm that ?
Please note that gamma-decalactone appears twice.
Great work !
Yes, it means minerals. It’s a work of art more than a reference material so all these mistakes just highlight the fact that even scientists don’t read food ingredients labels properly! You’re the first person to notice this and it’s been shared at least a couple of million times on various social media platforms 🙂