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VIDEO: Tannins | Serving Up Science

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Host Sheril Kirshenbaum

Watch as we dive into tannins with Serving Up Science host Sheril Kirshenbaum

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Tannins are found in nature, but did you know they also give your wine that dry astringent aftertaste? But they are not just in your wine they are found in fruits like blueberries, grapes, and persimmons; they are also found in everything from chocolate to coffee to walnuts. So let’s explore the science of tannins and the role they play in your glass of vino.

Serving Up Science is hosted by history buff, science writer and foodie Sheril Kirshenbaum, sharing science-backed tips to make your favorite foods even better.

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In cooperation with Food@MSU
Published 3/23/2020

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