Projects from the second chapter of The Best of Instructables Volume 1.
If you can follow simple instructions, operate a knife or stove without injury, or even just push microwave buttons, all you need are some basic tools, a bit of practice, and you'll soon be making better food than you can buy. But the real fun begins when you start to play with your food. You learn the traditional skills, then devise custom tools and techniques. That's the basis of food hacking - play with the permutations, learn what's going on at the molecular level, and start tinkering from there. But the best part about food hacking? At the end, you get to eat it.
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