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2. Squeeze a few drops of different colored food coloring into each, trying to place the drops in different areas of the liquid.
4. As a final step, poke the bubbles of food coloring in the third glass - the one with water and oil. We used the end of a beater and a straw because they happened to be laying within reach. I will leave this one a surprise for you. The result was quite different than I, at least, had imagined.