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Who wants to wait weeks for an infused cocktail when you can make your own in two minutes? Join Anthony and Tara as they booze it up with nitrous oxide, AKA laughing gas.
- Cold ingredients will result in a weaker infusion. Use warm or room temperature foods and liquids for the most flavorful results.
- Use two nitrous oxide canisters to fully infuse the liquid with the food items.
- If liquor isn’t an option, infusions can also be done with oils and/or milk.
- Overall cost: ~$25 for whip cream dispenser, ~$10 for ten N2O chargers.
Fast vs. Slow Infusion
How It Works
When you charge your whipper with nitrous oxide, high pressure forces liquid and nitrous oxide into the pores of your flavorful food. When you release the pressure inside the whipper, the nitrous forms bubbles and escapes from the food quickly, bringing flavor and liquid out with it.
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