Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine
Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine
Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine
Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine
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Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine

Experiment with molecular gastronomy in your own kitchen with this comprehensive kit.

$49.00 - 65.00

Perfect gift for a food lover

5

Bought this kit for my father in-law and made sure to purchase the 50 recipe book. He loves to cook and is nerdy/loves learning new things so he was super excited about this as a gift! He immediately dove in to the science of the kit and can't wait to begin creating cool food!

Denver, Colorado

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Perfect for anyone that loves the science of cooking

5

Fun date nights for trying out the recipes in the book. My husband absolutely loved this gift.

Omaha, NE

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Fun and simple!

5

I gave this kit to my mom for her birthday. She loves to cook, but has everything she could ever need. She has already tried making lemon foam and balsamic pearls with it, and absolutely loved it! She said there was a lot more flavor than she expected, it looked great!

Dallas, TX

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Fun gift!

5

We haven't yet used the gastronomy kit, but are excited to do so.

Richmond, CA

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Excellent gift!

5

I gave this product to my brother for his birthday and it was a hit! He loved it and he's been sharing little food science facts that he's learned from the book. I'm excited to see how his creations turn out!

SLC, Utah

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Quality Looks great

5

I have not opened the box because it is a gift, but the quality looks very good and the book looks very thorough

Maryland

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Fantasitc Purchase

4

We were impressed with the entire package. It was very exciting to have the kit delivered and even more exiting to use it. The book is exceptional and really gets you excited to try more things and expand this starter kit. It was a blast and really sparks the creativity in you.

Circle Pines, MN

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This was gift

5

I bought this as a birthday gift for a friend that is a culinary chef. She was extremely excited to receive it. she and her special needs daughter have had so much fun trying out the recipes. The both love it!!

Texas

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Nice product, but...

4

I bought 3 kits, two as presents for my daughters and one for myself. Can't wait to try it!

Sacramento, CA

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Love it!!

5

Product was really cool and my boyfriend loved it. He can't wait to make us some delicious food!!

Chicago

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Molecular Gastronomy Kit - Cuisine

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