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WATCH: Food Scientist Debunks The Biggest Viral Food Hacks

It seems that not everything you read online is true!

Credit: YouTube/How to Cook That

Ann Reardon, a Food Scientist who runs the YouTube channel, How To Cook That, debunks online viral food videos.

Reardon began her channel back in 2009 and is a certified scientist and dietician. However, she posts a range of videos on her channel. In Reardon’s most recent video titled ‘Debunking “Organic Food” Viral Videos’ she examines a range of recent viral food hacks. Reardon begins by debunking the chocolate popcorn hack, which quickly turns out to be false.

However, Reardon posts more than just debunking videos. One of her recent videos was on a 600-year-old donut recipe, but there is also a video on how to turn trash into edible gifts!

If you want to check out Reardon’s debunking video, you can check it out below!

If you enjoyed this article, then you should check out our article on worms as a source of food!

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