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Ill just take the 15 seconds to wash and gobble strawberry over the deconstructed and reconstructed day long strawberry
Is it me, or the ziploc bag was mixed with the recipe?! At 3:14. Dude. What the hell.
I'ts just you. they use gelatin plates
Ingredient at 3:14 is gelatine.
this is boring as fuck
wait, why did the strawberry/plastic bag mixture get turned into silly putty, then became heated and molded like a piece of glass?
That looks like WAY too much effort for a single strawberry dessert. I don't want to know how much that little thing costs...Also, why put all that effort into making the strawberry shape candy shell if they were going to break it and put the strawberry mixture over it anyway? -_-
Well I'm sure they make several batches running at once normally but in the video only a single for demonstration purposes.
Wow, what a masterpiece! Molecular gastronomy is fucking awesome.I promise that, if you know the effort going in to something like this when you taste it, it'll taste delicious as fuck.
For those of you who don't get, if you've never had molecular gastronomy before then it's easy to dismiss it. I'm obsessed with molecular gastronomy, sure it is pricey, not only does it mess with your head the moment you bite into something you think is a strawberry with the surprise that it is not but the flavors completely change in the most amazing form. And to answer the question above, they broke the strawberry to show you what's inside in the video. This is art. if you don't care about food or art then go back to your regular life and have a cheeseburger...
Hi there, I am very very interested in molecular gastronomy as well, specially if can learn this in Japan, can you please send me some info or advice? my email is firstname.lastname@example.org, much appreciate it!
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