Molecule-R Cuisine R-Evolution Kit
- Content: 5 food additives (20 sachets), 5 pipettes, 1 slotted spoon, 1 set of measuring spoons, 1 food grade syringe, 3 silicone tubes, 1 DVD of 50 recipes
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Top Customer Reviews
I recently got it as a gift, and was extremely happy. I'm still really excited to use it, but after opening it up, and watching the DVD, i have to say. I'm EXTREMELY disappointed. The DVD is garbage. it demonstrates the BARE MINIMUM of what is required of you to use the additives, and nothing else.
I think claiming that there are 50 recipes on the DVD amounts to false advertising. I would argue that there are NO recipes on the DVD. at best there are additive usage demonstrations, and even those suck, because NOTHING is explained. You couldn't hire a guy to do some VO?
Molecular gastronomy is something very scientific and interesting, to boil it down to a monkey-see-monkey-do process is HUGELY missing the mark and only serves to keep its workings mysterious.
So, to the genius that thought, "nah, we dont need to waste paper on recipes..." all that came across was "the consumer? f--- them."
This is probably not gonna get anyone into molecular gastronomy that wasn't already really into it. My suggestion, get the additives that you need like you would any other ingredient, no need to buy this kit.
The negatives are few but important: you really need an immersion mixer to complete some of these recipes properly. And the directions are on a DVD (provided), so you need a DVD player near your kitchen or you need to take some notes in advance.
I do wish there was more explanation into the science behind the recipes.
Instead I recommend this kit: At Home Molecular Gastronomy Kit It costs a bit more, but contains a cookbook and more food additives than this kit.
The one thing that I would change is for the flexible tubes to be at least twice as long.
When I contacted the company after writing this review, I was told to send it back but I had to pay postage both ways. So I left the seller a nasty review and complained to AMZ. AMZ invoked the A-Z guarantee and I ended up with both postage paid. The seller later said they did not realise the mfr had changed the content of the product. I remember seeing someone else had made the same complaint last year. I guess that review did not trigger the seller to look at their own product description.
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About the Product
Content: 5 food additives (50 sachets), 5 pipettes, 1 slotted spoon, 1 set of measuring spoons, 1 food grade syringe, 3 silicone tubes, 1 DVD of 50 recipes
Inside the box, there are 4 food additives (20 sachets), 3 pipettes, 1 slotted spoon, 1 tablespoon, 1 food grade syringe, 3 silicone tubes, 1 DVD of 50 recipes.
When I tried to return the product, I was told I could not do so. What kind of BS is this????
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a fantastic kit. A bit pricy considering you can purchase the additives for dirt cheap but it's worth it for the utensils and recipes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
My grandson thought the book was great with lots of interesting recipes!Published 10 months ago by Mrs. C
I gave it a 5 star because it had everything that I needed to do my Molecular Gastronomy class assignments.Published 11 months ago by Louise LeCompte
I wish the book that came with the kit was more detailed (I actually thought it was coming with the larger had cover book... my bad) but seemed to get me and husband started. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karna Davila
I was very excited about receiving this kit. I thought $43 was a bit pricey, but with 50 sachets I could play around a bit. Read morePublished 11 months ago by MC
So... This is pretty much poppin cookin x100. If you like poppin cookin you'll love this. If you liked those silly kids science experiments as a child you'll love this.Published 12 months ago by strangebaby
not as easy as it looks to use . Additional items from other kits are needed and its a bit on the expensive side.Published 12 months ago by Lindsey Latscha
Love the concept but most of the options for the items to make weren't very appetizing and the process/result wasn't as impressive as hoped. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rebecca Crystal