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Old 02-28-2006, 02:04 PM
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hi, i would like to do a project with chicken bones that you soak in vinegar to make them rubbery. does anyone have more information? thanks
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Soak chicken bones in vinegar for about 3-5 days, and the bones should appear to turn to rubber. There isnt really to much information about this.
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When you soak chicken bones in vinegar they stay the same like a preservative. When you soak them in water for the same period of time they get bendable, rubbery and break easily. I don't know what this proves but I tried it.
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I tried this with an egg once and it worked. So i guess it would work with a bone too
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