You've been professionally playing with your food for years, and you've come up some pretty remarkable inventions.
1. The Food Dye DIY
Drop three different food dye colors using eye droppers ($5.18) into a bowl of milk. Pour a drop of dish soap in the center.
The surface tensions between milk and soap detergent repelling each other create this swirly illusion.
2. The Banana Henna
Use a toothpick to etch designs or messages onto the skin of a banana.
A banana contains an enzyme called polyphenol oxidase that cause it to turn brown when exposed to warmer conditions.
3. The Soda Slushie
After freezing a bottle of soda for three and a half hours, twist the cap to release some pressure, then flip upside down immediately into a frozen glass (that's, yes, made specifically out of glass).
The soda remains a liquid because of a process called supercooling, or when a liquid being cooled below its freezing point without turning into a solid. Opening the bottle creates carbon dioxide bubbles, allowing the soda to freeze.