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    I still really do enjoy cooking at home. Even after 20+ years of doing it for a living, I do it at home if I can. Some nights it's the last thing I want to do. That's why God invented Chinese food and Pizza delivery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    I still really do enjoy cooking at home. Even after 20+ years of doing it for a living, I do it at home if I can. Some nights it's the last thing I want to do. That's why God invented Chinese food and Pizza delivery.
    I still enjoy cooking at home, as well. Admittedly, some nights it's tough to muster the energy. I do find that my cooking at home has well, become simpler than it used to be, but it tastes just as good as any of the more complicated dishes that I used to cook. In fact, I might like it better.

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    i know it's an old response but, you can get those online like on amazon or even ebay.

    =D

    i meant the sodium alginate and the other thing for spherification.

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