Friday, September 16, 2011

Today`s Google Doodle! / September 16th

It honours Albert von Szent-Györgyi, a Nobel Prize winner. If you click
on his name, you will find out more about him...
Did you know he did not find Vitamin C in an orange... but in something else?
Can you find out?

7 comments:

Agus T said...

Hi Miss Florence!
I read the biography and I found what you asked! It said that when he returned to Hungary he discovered that paprika was rich in vitamin C!
Hope you enjoy your holidays!
See you!
Agus T Olivos

Miss Florence said...

Bravooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!! Do you know what paprika is?

Mara M pchica said...

Hi Miss Florence,
I found out that on his return to Hungary he discovered that paprika was rich in vitamin C. Paprika is a type of pimentón. The funny thing is that I tried translating pimenton in the translator of Google and it appeared paprika.
Happy Holidays!
Mara M Pchica

Agus T said...

Hi Miss Florence!
As Mara said, paprika is a pimenton with hungarian origen.
See you!! Happy holidays!!
Agus T Olivos

Tobias Allende 6B said...

Hello miss Florence!
i read the biography and i realized that paprika is a great source of Vitamin C, and he realized when he went back to Hungary. Its like pepper, like pimenton or something like that
enjoy your holidays,
Tobias A

Miss Florence said...

Thanks Tobi! Actually it is red pepper (morrón) that has been reduced to a powder. It can be regular or hot (very peppery!) Enjoy this week too!!!!

Clara G said...

Hi Miss Florence
I have read the biography and I found what you have asked.As agustina said that when he returned to Hungary he had discovered that paprika was rich in vitamin C.I didn´t know what paprika was so I looked in google.It is a spice made from the grinding of dried fruits.
Have a nice Holiday!!
See you on Monday!
Clara G