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Dessert Bubbles (Spherification)
Molecular Gastronomy is a subdiscipline of food science that utilizes biology, physics and chemistry to transform the tastes and textures of food. It is a term commonly used to describe a cuisine in which chefs (or as we like to say “Chef-Scientists”) explore culinary possibilities by using scientific approaches to preparing food.
This Dessert Bubbles/Spherification experiment allows each of you to begin to explore the world of molecular gastronomy right in your own kitchen.
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Also, check out these other great resources for more ideas, experiments and recipes:
Green Bronx Machine
Young Chefs Program
Chop Chop Magazine
USDA Agriculture in the Classroom
Spoons Across America
James Beard Foundation