Tidbits

Our Tidbits
/ˈtɪtbɪt/ - noun/plural - a small piece of tasty food / a small and particularly interesting item of gossip or information
Champagne corks  can reach a speed of up to 40 km/h
Champagne corks can reach a speed of up to 40 km/h - just 3.99 km/h behind Usain Bolt!

Bananas stay fresh longer when stored hanging on a hook

Bananas stay fresh longer when stored hanging on a hook.

Carrots stay crisp when kept in a water bath in the fridge

Carrots stay crisp when kept in a water bath in the fridge. The water should be changed now and then.

The characteristics of the oesophagus

Due to the characteristics of the oesophagus, people can still drink a glass of water whilst doing a handstand.

Apples, pears, cherries and strawberries are all part of the rose family

Apples, pears, cherries and strawberries are all part of the rose family.

Cheese is the food product that is stolen most frequently in the whole world

Cheese is the food product that is stolen most frequently in the whole world

Lachanophobia is fear of vegetables

Lachanophobia is fear of vegetables.


Pumpkins originate from Mexico

Pumpkins originate from Mexico.

Lemons float, limes sink

Lemons float in water, but limes sink.

Humans and bananas

Humans and bananas share 50% of their DNA.

People vs Sharks

People eat sharks 600,000 times more frequently than sharks eat people.

When you salt pineapple, it becomes sweeter.

When you salt pineapple, it becomes sweeter.

The world's largest apple was harvested in Japan in 2005: This gem weighed 1.849 kilograms.

The world's largest apple was picked in Japan in 2005: the magnificent fruit weighed 1.849 kilograms.