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Molecular gastronomists head to Planet Green

Planet Green has announced its new original series Future Food, hosted by molecular gastronomists, Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche. Future Food will follow Cantu, Roche and team as they handle unique food challenges, which are solved using techniques like chemical powders, flash freezing, meat glue, centrifuges, ion particle guns, liquid nitrogen, and effervescent proteins, which they are known to use in their Chicago restaurant Moto. The eight-part series, produced by Galafilm and in association with 2C Media and ITV Global Entertainment, will premiere in Spring 2010.
November 4, 2009

Planet Green has announced its new original series Future Food, hosted by molecular gastronomists, Homaro Cantu and Ben Roche. Future Food will follow Cantu, Roche and team as they handle unique food challenges, which are solved using techniques like chemical powders, flash freezing, meat glue, centrifuges, ion particle guns, liquid nitrogen, and effervescent proteins, which they are known to use in their Chicago restaurant Moto. The eight-part series, produced by Galafilm and in association with 2C Media and ITV Global Entertainment, will premiere in Spring 2010.

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