Just in case there wasn’t enough high-fructose corn syrup in the world, there’s now a way to make it in your kitchen. For her master’s thesis at Parsons The New School for Design, Maya Weinstein has created a chemistry kit that allows home enthusiasts to unlock the mysteries of industrial corn refining.

Inside the kit is everything you need to make what Weinstein calls “small-batch, artisanal, high-fructose corn syrup”: Yellow Dent corn No. 2, sulfuric acid, cheesecloth, rubber gloves, three different enzymes, and a recipe. It’s all packaged in an elegant wooden box.