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Post by aliberte2 on 05.01.10 17:49

Giving more thought to the Liquid Nitrogen Theory, I Have Come To Conclude That it is Not that Difficult to Get. I was Watching ONe of those Delightful Cooking Shows and The Mediterranean Area Including Spain and POrtugal specialized In Molecular Gastronomy. Practioners of Said Art Use Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen to Craft the Foods Into Certain Textures. I am Sure that Portugal Has Many Such Restaurants.
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Post by littlepixie on 05.01.10 17:55

Really.
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Post by aliberte2 on 05.01.10 18:06

@littlepixie wrote:Really.

More Likely Dry Ice than Liquid Nitrogen. But Really, they Do Use Both in Molecular Gastronomy.
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Post by Old Nick on 05.01.10 18:09

Are you suggesting cannibalism now?
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Post by aliberte2 on 05.01.10 18:10

@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

No, no, Silly Old Fellow, just Pointing Out that Mediterranean cusisine uses Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen and it would Not Be That Difficult For An Affluent White Couple to Procure.
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Post by Finally on 05.01.10 18:12

@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

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Post by Old Nick on 05.01.10 18:14

@aliberte2 wrote:
@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

No, no, Silly Old Fellow, just Pointing Out that Mediterranean cusisine uses Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen and it would Not Be That Difficult For An Affluent White Couple to Procure.

I did not realise that the affluent white couple were into Mediterranean cookery but bow to your superior knowledge in these matters, old fellow.
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Post by Perelli on 05.01.10 18:19

@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

Well, why not? So far we have had; chucked into a volacano, hidden in a dead dog, hidden in a tree, hidden in a fridge (now a transportable cooler), hidden in a bag - at least cannibalism is a new one. Refreshing thumbsup
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:14

@aliberte2 wrote:
@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

No, no, Silly Old Fellow, just Pointing Out that Mediterranean cusisine uses Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen and it would Not Be That Difficult For An Affluent White Couple to Procure.
I've NEVER seen it.
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:15

@Perelli wrote:
@Old Nick wrote:Are you suggesting cannibalism now?

Well, why not? So far we have had; chucked into a volacano, hidden in a dead dog, hidden in a tree, hidden in a fridge (now a transportable cooler), hidden in a bag - at least cannibalism is a new one. Refreshing thumbsup
Please - Don't encourage him. Hissyfit
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:35

Link please to a place where anybody can buy this stuff. Ty
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Post by Perelli on 05.01.10 19:42

Molly wrote:Link please to a place where anybody can buy this stuff. Ty

Why not give Heston Blumenthal a ring, he uses that stuff all the time...
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:42

Molly wrote:Link please to a place where anybody can buy this stuff. Ty
I'd like a link to where it actually shows some mediterranean cooking with the stuff !!!!
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Post by vaguely on 05.01.10 19:44

@Perelli wrote:
Molly wrote:Link please to a place where anybody can buy this stuff. Ty

Why not give Heston Blumenthal a ring, he uses that stuff all the time...


Liquid nitrogen and beetroot soufflé.

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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:55

Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:56

@vaguely wrote:
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Molly wrote:Link please to a place where anybody can buy this stuff. Ty

Why not give Heston Blumenthal a ring, he uses that stuff all the time...


Liquid nitrogen and beetroot soufflé.
Question here is: Why bother ?
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Post by Guest on 05.01.10 19:58

PearlB wrote:Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?

Haven't seen him carrying it. But how about the inflatable fridge freezer....
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Post by vaguely on 05.01.10 20:01

PearlB wrote:Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?


Disguised as a critically ill passenger. It would be pretty easy to do. Is there any code in the blogs that could relate to this?

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Post by Old Nick on 05.01.10 20:02

PearlB wrote:Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?

Yes he did. I have a picture of it.
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Post by Guest on 06.01.10 0:06

@Old Nick wrote:
PearlB wrote:Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?

Yes he did. I have a picture of it.
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Post by Guest on 06.01.10 10:57

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@Old Nick wrote:
PearlB wrote:Looking at that link and the price would make me guess that you need rather a lot of it...............

LN2 can be bought at welding and medical supply places. It is pretty cheap - $0.20 to $0.25 per liter. That is less than $1 a gallon - cheaper than milk, gasoline, or bottled water. The only expensive part is that you need a large thermos - called a Dewar to store it, and these can run $500 to $1000. However, they do exist on eBay for less.

Did G.McCann carry a large Dewar or container on board the airplane?

Yes he did. I have a picture of it.
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