molecular gastronomy

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molecular gastronomy

the application of scientific principles to the understanding and development of food preparation
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molecular gastronomy

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an approach to cooking in which a chef’s knowledge of physics, chemistry, and biology allows him or her to experiment with unusual flavour combinations and cooking techniques
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molecular gastronomy

- The study and application of chemistry, physics, and other scientific principles on cooking processes, preparation, and materials.
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