Introduction to Spherification

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Comments

Christoffer Hagen says:

awesome guys!

Karsten Von Fjellheim says:

Neal Stephenson!

Wanderingsketchpad says:

this is cool. You see it a lot in kids candy from japan, where you prepare the water using pre given packets and then use a tool to put little drops in the water that become like jelly with liquid in them. it’s cute

dazzerstar says:

Well guess what for those of you who have not done this technique. it does look good but the natural flavour of the liquid is tainted by the sodium alginate bath and the flavour diminishes rapidly

chefaaron77 says:

Narration! Finally!

Billy Powers says:

nice spoons…..:18 what kind of spoon is that?

Bonanno's Bistro says:

bad assss!

rmeddy1 says:

A wild Stephenson appears

Benjamin Arscott says:

If Neal Stephenson writes a book about molecular gastronomy I’m not going to be happy…. But I’m still gonna read it.

pocketdemons says:

Wait, Neal Stephenson is your guinea pig?! lol. 

Royal Poison says:

I’m pretty pumped about learning this.

J Alexander Bill says:

Neal Stephenson out of nowhere!

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