Describe all the steps that you plan to take during the experiment and record those steps as the steps are completed. Set up six clean test tubes in the rack. Choose six food substances and make liquid solutions out of the solid foods by mixing ½ teaspoon of ground food and 1 teaspoon of water. Fill each test tube with about one inch of the food solution. Using the wax pencil, label each test tube with the name of the solution. Place 5 drops of Lugol’s iodine into each test tube and swirl it. Substances that contain starch will make the solution turn blue-black. Record all the results of this experiment. In your conclusion, explain what occurred and if your hypothesis was correct or incorrect. Then answer the following questions about starch. What is resistant starch? Where is it found? Name two health benefits of resistant starch. Fully describe the breakdown of starch in digestion.