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VIDEO : Space Food | Serving Up Science

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Host Sheril Kirshenbaum

Watch as we go into outer space with Serving Up Science host Sheril Kirshenbaum. 

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When you think of space food, what comes to mind? Probably dried ice cream, jell-o, and food in a tube. But today's advances in cosmonaut cuisine include everything from mashed potatoes to chocolate pudding. And it turns out space impacts your body, so it’s not just the food variety that astronauts need, but nutrient dense meals high in iron and vitamin D.

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In cooperation with Food@MSU
Published 3/9/2020

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