GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Kitchen pantry scientist Liz Heinecke is getting everyone in the Halloween mood with her experiments on KARE 11 Sunrise.
The first experiment Heinecke and her children learned at the Bakken Museum, about static electricity.
In full Halloween glory, the kids also demonstrated how to make a magic potion, full of foam and colors. Add baking soda to one cup of red cabbage juice (high pH turns it blue), vinegar to another cup of cabbage juice (low pH turns it pink), then mix the two together so the chemical reaction makes CO2 bubbles and it overflows.
You can catch the kitchen pantry scientist at the Bakken Museum, where she will do the magic potion experiment, on Saturday, Oct. 13th from 12-2, and at the Science Museum of MN on Saturday, Oct. 27, doing even more Halloween science.
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