Cuisine R-Evolution kit

By Molecule-R

$49.95 $44.96
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Make molecular gastronomy dishes at home with this kit and instructional DVD.

  • Kit to make your own molecular gastronomy dishes, and drinks at home
  • Includes: 20 sachets of natural food additives, 3 pipettes, 1 slotted spoon, 1 measuring spoon, 1 food grade syringe, 1 silicone tube, 1 instructional DVD of 50 recipes
  • All additives are natural and found in nature, primarily in red algae plants
  • 4 food additives (20 sachets total): 5 sachets / net 0.02 lb. of Agar Agar, 5 sachets / net 0.05 lb. of Calcium Lactate, 5 sachets / net 0.02 lb. of Sodium Alginate, and 0.01 lb. sachets / net 0.02 lb. of Soy Lecithin
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 12" x 6.9" x 3.1"
  • Weight: 1.4 lbs.

6 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Fun!

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I've been looking a those kits for a while and finally bought one! This is so much fun! I turned balsamic into pearls, arugula into noodle and garlic into foam! I wouldn't make a meal out of this, but some fancy appetizers for sure!More > < Less

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Great gift for a chef

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My son is a chef -- has been for years, and he does this stuff in his kitchen at work but so far has used only agar agar at home. He was so excited to be able to "play" with these ingredients at home. It was a great "stocking stuffer? for an experienced chef.More > < Less

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Great gift

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Sent this to foodie relatives for Christmas and they LOVE it!!! It's fun and scientific and BEAUTIFUL in addition to being edible! I may have to get one for myself.More > < Less

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Cuisine R-Evolution kit

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Fun basics for creating interesting edibles. If you've seen molecular gastronomy creations on TV or in restaurants and are fascinated by it, this is a nice starting point to explore it on your own, I made a sphere out of balsamic vinaigrette and enclosed it in goat cheese to look like a small quail sized egg on a salad. I will own up to having both culinary and science degrees, so my inner food geek loved being able to combine both worlds.More > < Less

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Great Idea!

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This is such a cool product, I purchased it as a gift for my son. We haven't used it yet as it's going to be a Christmas present but it's such an unusual item and he is very interested in cooking so it is perfect.More > < Less

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Molecule-R - Gastronomy and Mixology Kits

About Molecule-R

Home Gastronomy

If you had sodium alginate and calcium salts lying around your kitchen, could you transform liquids into tiny, stunning spheres? Sounds daunting, right? But it’s possible through spherification, a culinary process that shapes a liquid into caviar-like spheres held together by a thin membrane.

Spherification is just one technique associated with molecular gastronomy, a modern style of cuisine that encourages chefs to experiment with a wide variety of ingredients and take a scientific approach to cooking. The awe factor is high, but so is the intimidation factor. Jonathan Coutu and Jerome De Champlain aim to change that with a pair of do-it-yourself kits designed to make molecular gastronomy accessible to all us amateur cooks, right in our own kitchens.

Jonathan and Jerome are the founders of Molecule-R Flavors, based in Montreal. Their Cuisine R-Evolution kit includes five key tools, five kinds of food additives, a DVD with instructions, and 50 recipes for visually stunning and explosively flavorful foods such as raspberry ravioli, arugula spaghetti, and balsamic vinegar pearls.

For the bar, there’s Cocktail R-Evolution, a kit focused on the art of molecular mixology. The cocktail kit comes with three tools, five types of additives, an instructional DVD, and 30 recipes that will have you creating layered martinis and serving tequila with lime foam in no time. Prepare to wow your family and friends!