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The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Foods (Part 1)

The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Foods (Part 1)

Update: 2019-11-303
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In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we start off looking at the interesting reason why milk is white, yet cheddar cheese is yellow/orange.


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Moving on to the next section we look at the origin of pizza and the surprisingly recent time in which it actually became popular with the masses. We center the story of pizza around the well known documented history of the invention of Hawaiian Pizza. Finally, we look at some rather interesting facts about pineapples and how they became popular.


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The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Foods (Part 1)

The Fascinating Origins of Everyday Foods (Part 1)

Simon Whistler and Daven Hiskey