Step 2: Boil the balsamic and agar agar

In a saucepan, bring 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar and one packet of agar agar to a boil.
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<p>Can you use the oil for anything else after this? If not, do you know if you can sub it out? While this is INSANELY cool, I don't want to effectively waste a whole cup of awesome olive oil.</p>
AAAAH! AAAAH! <br> <br>THOSE... <br> <br>I'll calm down. <br> <br>The balsamic caviar is so brilliant. These look absolutely amazing - i am super excited to try these out.
Ok, this is a very cool take on caprese. I might have to try this. Dunno where I can find heirloom tomatoes in my area, might have to substitute :/
I love this! It is just so <font face="cursive"><strong>elegant</strong>!</font>
Hahah. Fancy! Thank you.
Oh, this is just genius. Wonderful photos, too. :)
Thank you sooo much!
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Looks delicious!
Seems very tasteful. Will try to follow the guideline you provided to do again. Thank you.
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