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You probably know that carbonated drinks are fizzy because of their CO2 content, and that it’s released when you open a bottle or can. What you may not know is exactly how that process works, and why the glass you drink from plays a role in how long your drink is fizzy. This video explains it all.
Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and other spices often used in baking. This video guide from America’s Test Kitchen will walk you through when they’re best applied, how you should buy them, and how you should store them.