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Butter has a long history. Learn more about butter, its history and how its made in this episode of FoodStuff.
FoodStuff: Yogurt: More Than Just Bacteria Poop
Yogurt is a result of milk curdled by bacteria. Learn more about yogurt and how it's made in this video from FoodStuff.
FoodStuff: The Science of Sour Beer
Sour beer was the first beer humans enjoyed. Learn more about sour beer in this video from HowStuffWorks.
FoodStuff: Honey: Brought to you by Bees
Honey was humanity's first sweetener. Learn more about honey and how it's made in this video from FoodStuff.
Tonic syrup and water was once used for malaria. Learn more about tonic syrup and water
FoodStuff Makes Gin: FoodStuff Makes Gin
Gin is basically flavored vodka. Learn more about gin and how it's made in this video from FoodStuff.
FoodStuff: Apple Pie: The (Really) Old-Fashioned Way
Apple pie used to be made quite differently. Learn more about apple pie and how it was made in this video from FoodStuff.
Marshmallows are experiencing a resurgence. Learn more about marshmallows and how to make them in this video from FoodStuff.
FoodStuff: Sweetbreads: Neither Sweet nor Bread
Sweetbreads are a type of offal. Learn more about sweetbreads in this video from FoodStuff.
FoodStuff: Champagne: Science, History, and Everyday Sipping
Champagne was a dangerous accident. Learn more about champagne and sparkling wine in this video from FoodStuff.