The incredible ISI Whip can do more than just nitrogenate… it can carbonate as well! Using a CO2 or “soda” charger you can carbonate liquids or foods that very a very high water content. (melons, grapes, tomatoes, strawberries, citruses, pineapples, etc…)
Carbonated Fruit Salad
8 watermelon balls
8 cantaloupe balls
8 honeydew balls
1 CO2 charger
Place fruit in ISI Whip canister, give it a CO2 charge, wait 30 seconds and presto…. carbonated fruit!
Serve soon... like any carbonated drink, if you leave it out long enough it'll lose it's carbonation.
Conclusion: I’m not a fan of carbonated cucumbers. Although they are in the picture above, I would recommend leaving them out and replacing with other high water content fruits.
More recipes at http://breakingtheculinarymold.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/carbonated-fruit-salad/
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