Glycerin flakes are a great emulsifier for water and oils. Glycerin flakes are used in modernist cuisine to make incredible oil foams and olive oil butter among other incredible glycerin flakes recipes.Since it is an emulsifier similar to oil, Glycerin Flakes cannot be dissolved in water. Glycerin Flakes need to be dissolved in a fatty medium first and then it can me mixed with the watery medium to obtain a smooth and perfect emulsion.
- Glycerin Flakes are ideal for molecular gastronomy techniques
- Emulsification: Glycerin Flakes are great to integrate a watery solution into a fatty solution and to thicken oils
- Surprise your diners with dishes like olive oil butter or olive oil foam made with Glycerin Flakes
- Glycerin Flakes are equivalent to GLICE from Texturas
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Glycerin flakes are great to integrate a watery solution into a fatty solution and to thicken oils.