From the blog September 28, 2012 Judy

How to Carbonate Fruit!

Whipping siphons are for more than, well, whipping! In Modernist Cuisine at Home, we use them for infusing flavor, aeration, pickling, and more. In this video from chow.com, Scott demonstrates one of our favorite uses: carbonating fruit!

For more on this technique, check out the Carbonated Cranberry recipe in our recipe library!

Discussion

  1. Annette June 6, 2013 Reply

    I had no idea this was possible. What an interesting concept.

  2. Steph June 24, 2013 Reply

    Never thought of doing this. The possibilities with all the different kinds of fruits out there… yum.

  3. Ghost Hunter January 13, 2014 Reply

    Very interesting video. The trouble is that I associate fruit that is fizzy with fruit being ‘off’. But it is really rather sophisticated if you ask me!

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