Introduction: Molecular Gastronomy - Balsamic Vinegar Pearls by MOLECULE-R

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goldenskyhook made it!(author)2016-06-09

I appreciate the videos, but I MUCH prefer to have a printed recipe, so I can save it more easily. Is there a place I can find these? The Molecular-R website doesn't seem to want to show me more than 2-3 recipes.

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lunchweek made it!(author)2015-07-05

What is the weight of the sachets in the video?

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azharz made it!(author)2013-08-06

Can I make it with Synthetic Vinegar?

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MOLECULE-R+Flavors made it!(author)2013-08-06

You shouldn't have any problems making these using synthetic vinegar, although unless the vinegar is flavoured, it wouldn't taste very good, as regular synthetic vinegar tastes roughly the same as white vinegar, which most people would rather not eat or drink as is.

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azharz made it!(author)2013-08-07

Thank You Sir

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gabry207 made it!(author)2012-09-29

You're great man!

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Pat_Maroney made it!(author)2012-08-31

What the? Holy.... Thank you!!!

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