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Caviar turns clear and forms blobs

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    Wayne Hagen

    I am trying to make caviar, but want to try the droplets turn clear and they lose their form. I have tried this with milk, chocolate milk, and some juices. I get the same results each time. Can you help me?


    Quantum Chef

    It is probably because the ingredient you are using is acidic or contains calcium. I recommend you read this lesson from our spherification class


    NoRace Sharma

    i just want to know that,we can make cavier of lemon or orange juice using agar-agar.?



    Caviar turns clear and forms blobs when exposed to air. It’s the amazing cause of marine biology and fish farming. That’s because caviar has a lot of proteins that can preserve a food for years. But aquariums are not the only place you can find caviar — for example, caviar is great to spread thin on bread in order to create a nice flavor in every bite!

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