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Like Romeo & Juliet or Batman & Robin, milk & cookies is a pairing that’s just meant to be. But what makes dunking cookies in milk so satisfying? To find the answer, we turned to science. Scientist, chemistry professor and certified dunking expert Matt Hartings breaks down the curious chemical composition that makes milk and cookies a universal favorite. Of course, we didn’t need science to tell us it’s delicious.
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