This device turns all your food into caviar-like pearls

Spherification has been around since the 1950s, but now it’s popular in molecular gastronomy. It takes precision, so it may not be for everyone.

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Author Since: Sep 20, 2018

  1. "it may not be for everyone"
    I don't think a lot of people would spend 100 bucks only to make pearls their favorite fo… ok, i need one.

  2. So people will buy this and eat this but when offered sweet tapioca pearls drink they say, “I don’t want it because it looks like frog eggs”
    But then you see them eat caviar and roe on sushi and other stuff. Hmm…

  3. why and when and how is this even the slightest bit useful? We can be investing our energy, time and money into spacecrafts or saving the world but no, let's make a useless thing for rich people to enjoy while they scoff at us muggles for not having such exquisite tech in our hands.