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Practice Molecular Gastronomy at Home with the Food Styling R-Evolution

Are you a molecular gastronomy geek? Are you the sort who has dreamed of dining at El Bulli or Alinea, but you’ve never been able to make the trip? Are Ferran Adrià and Grant Achatz your gods? Do you think you have what it takes to be on MasterChef?

If you’re the sort who loves high cuisine and cooking at home, you might want to try out the MOLECULE-R FOOD STYLING R-EVOLUTION. It comes with everything you need to catapult your home cooking into the sort of things you might find at a Michelin Starred-restaurant.

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The kit comes with one pair of precision scissors, one pair of fine scissors, a scalpel with two blades, one culinary syringe, two syringe tips, one oil mister, and two spatulas. That gives you everything you need to impress your friends or that special person in your life. Find recipes on the website like the Bloody Caesar Bubble that just bursts with flavor in your mouth the moment you bite into it. There’s also a deconstructed Miso soup, which comes with miso agar noodles,  topped with a lime and cilantro foam. Want to attempt to recreated Adrià’s deconstructed martini in a spherical olive? This kit can help you do that

With the kit, you can do all the basic molecular gastronomy techniques — make caviar balls with a pipette; emulsify liquids into light, air foams; spherification allows you to create bubbles of flavor that can be left up to your imagination. Want a pineapple-flavored caviar? You can do that. Tomato foam? You can make that too. You have endless options for creating the kind of food you thought only top chefs could make. There’s no sense in spending hundreds of dollars — or more! — going after the world’s finest molecular gastronomy when you can fuse science in the culinary arts in the comfort of your own home.

All you need is the kit, the ingredients, and a lot of imagination.

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