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For those who have everything: Molecular Cuisine Starter Kit

Thinkgeek’s Molecular Cuisine Starter Kit is for restaurant-goers who want to take part in the new big trend in fine cuisine. 

The big trend in fine cuisine has left many restaurant-goers wondering how they, too, can transform normal food items into foams, gels, and “squishy balls of goo.” Thinkgeek’s Molecular Cuisine Starter Kit might be the answer. Its array of thickeners, emulsifiers, and binders comes packaged with such indispensable kitchen tools as a syringe, pipettes, and silicone tubing, not to mention an instructional DVD. Finally, someone has created a product that offers “cook/scientists of all skill levels a chance to play with their food.” It won’t be long before a dash of calcium lactate will seem as routine as a pinch of pepper.

$80, thinkgeek.com
Source: CNET.com

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