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I would like to get one for my students.

Wow, thanks for introducing yet another cool item!

Elizabeth Doughty

January 26, 2021 2:13 pm

More kitchen magic!

Richard Hammill

January 26, 2021 2:44 pm

This presentation was very fun. My first time viewing your video.


What fun! the things one can do in the home!

Awesome Easy Foaming! I look forward to ordering and trying this and more of your amazing Molecular Gastronomy Products to keep the fun and excitement going for my customers.. Thank You!

It’s fun to have new gadgets in the kitchen!

wow – looks like yet another fun toy to play with!!

Sandra J Knight

January 28, 2021 7:58 pm

Love your videos.

patricia reilly

March 1, 2021 7:16 pm

Creating edible foam for movie scenes is on my agenda. Love your site!

Ray Tappendorf

June 17, 2021 6:31 pm

Just Ordered One Can not Wait To Try It Out..

Just Palin Cool!!!!!

Have fun!

Chefs voice often fades at the end of sentences. After 5 tries, I still couldn’t get what he said he used as a foaming agent with the air maker. Foam magic, sucrose esters, and something else. I have the air maker and foam magic, but have not been successful at producing any foam just using vegetables and water. How can I find out specifically step by step how the lacy foam works so that I can figure out what I’m doing wrong?

Scott Guerin

March 30, 2022 4:12 pm

Hi, what are the ratios you are using to make a foam currently? Our favorite ratio is between 1-2% foam magic to the total weight of the liquid. (500g liquid to 5g-10g of foam magic) then whisk until dissolved and place the magic air maker in, and it will foam. Let us know if that helps!