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6/21/21

[Answer] Which company developed freeze-dried ice cream for NASA?

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Which company developed freeze-dried ice cream for NASA?


  • Whirlpool:Freeze-dried ice cream is ice cream that has been freeze-dried to remove the majority of the water, sealed in a pouch, and does not require refrigeration. It is also known as astronaut ice cream. It was developed by Whirlpool Corporation under contract to NASA for the Apollo missions. According to a NASA food scientist, although freeze-dried ice cream was developed on request, "it wasn't popular." Despite the use of images of space walking astronauts on its packaging, freeze dried ice cream has never been included on any space missions.



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[Answer] What is a slice of bacon called?

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  • Rasher:The term 'rasher' can apply to a slice of bacon or a slice of ham. A rasher of bacon is actually a thin slice of bacon, or a thin slice of ham. The term rasher originally referred to one slice of any meat, but it can also be applied to two or three slices of fried bacon. So, breakfast descriptions usually went something like this: "Fried eggs accompanied by a rasher of bacon." The word rasher means to scrape, scratch, or shave and comes from the Latin. The Latin origin is a fairly accepted belief and is often believed to have sprung from the rapidity or "rashness" that bacon could be prepared for the morning meal. Source: CulinaryLore.com



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6/20/21

[Answer] Who is considered the founder of Father's Day?

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Who is considered the founder of Father's Day?


  • Sonora Dodd:Sonora Smart Dodd, of Spokane, Washington, started the tradition of Father's Day in the honor of her dad, William Smart, a widowed Civil War veteran. In 1909, Dodd heard a church sermon about Mother’s Day, which had recently become a recognized holiday, and she wondered why there was no Father’s Day. Dodd began a rigorous campaign to celebrate Father's Day in the United States. The first local Father's Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Smart Dodd became known as the Mother of Father's Day.



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[Answer] Which insect do scientists study in a formicarium?

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Which insect do scientists study in a formicarium?


  • Ant:A formicarium is also known as an ant farm. It's an enclosed area specifically designed for keeping and raising animals and plants for research and study. Most of the formicariums commercially available today are made of acrylic. Some are even 3D printed. These are superior to the original type of formicariums in that they are designed to keep the queen ants with the worker ants. Older models were designed to house only worker ants. Formicariums can be designed to be free-standing, and may or may not be enclosed with a lid. The free-standing design doesn't need high walls and a lid because it relies on various types of barriers to keep the ants within their assigned habitat space. Source: En.Wikipedia.org



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