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Magic TRAFFIC LIGHT peas [Molecular Gastronomy]

Magic TRAFFIC LIGHT peas [Molecular Gastronomy]

Peas are in season, and summer is already in full bloom! So, why not create a colourful, FUN amuse-bouche for your guests, using this amazing fresh ingredient and modern culinary techniques? Let’s make Magic Traffic Light peas, using molecular gastronomy techniques.  In this post, I’ll show you how to use: seasonal ingredients (summer Peas, Strawberries …

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Reverse spherification

Reverse spherification process – breaking down 2 methods | Molecular gastronomy

Learning the reverse spherification process is the fundamental step in advancing your culinary skills towards the molecular gastronomy. In reality making liquid spheres is quite easy, as long as you follow precise measurements. In this video (below), I show 3 examples of the reverse spherification. I make spheres with 2 relatively thick substances and 1 …

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