Making sushi on Mars is possiblePhoto by Cornell University

Making sushi on Mars is possible
Photo by Cornell University

Here is an excellent Science Friday article on the HI-SEAS food study by Julie Leibach.

“Whipping up a meal on Mars isn’t quite the same as terrestrial cooking, of course. In a station where astronauts might reside, the pressure would be around 0.6-0.7 bars, says Spies, which means that a chef must contend with a lower boiling point, for instance. And deep-frying is a no-no: Volatile grease bubbles can glom on to instruments and muck things up.”

To read the full article, click this link: How to Cook on Mars