Use science to improve Thanksgiving Dinner

These video chemistry tips will help make your big meal taste better

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Chances are, next week you'll be sitting around a big table with your friends and family, eating a huge bird and lots of other goodies.

"But Keith," you're saying, "how can I use science to make that awesome meal even better?"

Thanks for asking. Our friends over at the YouTube channel BytesizeScience have posted a new video, "5 Tips for a Better Thanksgiving through Chemistry", offering up ways that chemistry can help with the turkey, side dishes and even the post-dinner heartburn. Enjoy:

Now, if there's only a way to deal with the indigestion of having to watch the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys on Turkey Day (just kidding!)

Keith Shaw rounds up the best in geek video in his ITworld.tv blog. Follow Keith on Twitter at @shawkeith. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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