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Color, and the contrast it provides, brings a burst of life to any dish. The fact that so many of our meats and grains end up brown after cooking, means vivacity has to come from fruits and vegetables. The science of color (and how this science is relevant to advanced chemical research) is discussed along with profiles of some of the author’s favorite color-wielding scientists.

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