DIY Molecular Gastronomy Kit Shows You How To Make Edible Foam

DIY Molecular Gastronomy Kit Shows You How To Make Edible Foam
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The crazy concoctions of this niche food genre can now be easily made at home.

Yi Chen
  • 4 april 2012

Molecular gastronomy combines the art of cooking with science and is all the rage for any food connoisseur. It involves deconstructing meals and manipulating the conventional form, shape, and consistency of everyday food. Think of liquid pastas, cheese froth, carbonated fruit, and olive oil pudding. Molecular gastronomy is often thought of as cooking for elitists or something hard to do. However, Cuisine R-EVOLUTION hopes to change this perception with its MOLECULE-R starter kit.

The DIY home kit contains five sets of food additives and various lab tools in order to create 50 different recipes. The kit also includes an instructional DVD that shows you how to create foods like mint caviar, frozen chocolate wind, lemon cloud, rum sheets, and beet foam.

Watch the video below to see a promotional video for the MOLECULE-R kit.



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