MOLECULE-R Flavors Releases its First Molecular Gastronomy Cookbook

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An introduction to the science behind 40 spectacular recipes.

Molecular Gastronomy by MOLECULE-R features 40 recipes for at-home experimentation!

Great for holiday gifting and party preparation!

At-home kitchen dabblers who have ever thought that molecular gastronomy’s innovativeness was beyond their amateur abilities might want to change their way of thinking.

MOLECULE-R Flavors has just taken to the next level its mission of bringing this modern way of cooking to the average curious chef with the release of its very first cookbook, which features 40 stunning recipes explained and illustrated with the intelligence and aesthetic beauty that defines the MOLECULE-R brand.

The book is artfully broken down into 3 sections which provide readers with an introduction to food science to stimulate culinary awareness, illustrated tips and tricks to facilitate home experimentation, as well as 40 stunning recipes sure to wow any guests. The cookbook truly represents a complete and accessible reference work which paves the way for a democratization of molecular gastronomy.

Molecular Gastronomy by MOLECULE-R is a great addition to the young company’s existing line of D-I-Y molecular gastronomy kits, which come equipped with the required pre-measured additives and specialized tools one needs to experiment at home with this increasingly popular culinary trend.

The cookbook is currently available online at http://www.MOLECULE-R.com and it retails for $24.99 / €24.99 / £19.99.

About MOLECULE-R Flavors
MOLECULE-R Flavors is a Montreal-based company founded in 2009 by two young gourmet entrepreneurs hungry for culinary innovations. The company aims to make a wide range of products and applications taken from molecular gastronomy accessible to amateur and professional cooks. http://www.MOLECULE-R.com.

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