Where Does All That Mucus Come From?: Teaching Kids About How Their Bodies Work


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#2

EVERYBODY loves FARTing jokeS :smile:

If Fritz Kahn had just used this single secret he would have been even more successful as author, no fart central in his infographic “The Human Being as an Industrial Palace”


#3

I found a typo. Pancreas says “I also a role in sugar levels”


#4

Ditto. One of the first references to “glucose” is spelled “GLUCLOSE.”


#5

With no food with more than 5 ingredients, how did you guys eat spaghetti?


#6

spaghetti, sauce, parmesan -> 3 ingredients :smiley:


#7

So no cake then?


#8

I like it a lot. But, I’d encourage you to think about the font choice. “corn” looks like “comm”.


#9

Also the first diagram lables the small and large “intertines”


#10

That’s hilarious! Well done!


#11

The noodles are wheat and eggs. Parmesan is milk and rennet (at least). The sauce is tomatoes, onion, carrots, various spices.


#12

Maybe renke has a spaghetti tree?


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a. Using facts in the internet is exhausting and often fruitless. I applaud your efforts anyway, you’re one of few!
b. Actually Italian pasta is not prepared with eggs, the ingredients are durum wheat semolina, common salt and water

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#14

Jar sauce has a million ingredients, including guar gum and carageenan. But tomatoes have one, and ground pork has one, and onions have one…


#15

Sauce pretty much always has more than 5 ingredients. :joy:


#16

My winter sauce recipe: canned tomatoes, onions, garlic, olive oil, salt, red pepper, dried oregano. That’s 7. You are correct.


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