In one memorable demo, José turned a glass of water upside down -- but the water stayed in place. As he anthroporphized, the water molecules like sticking to each other more than they like being in contact with water, they try to form a shape with the smallest surface area.
What's wrong with a strawberry mousse? Much of the dessert is cream and sugar - not strawberry. However, using gelatin and an iSi Whip, it is possible to create a pure foam that is almost entirely strawberry.
José is seeking to help Haiti, and many other countries, through the World Central Kitchen. One of his projects involves making a solar powered pressure cooker.
America Eats serves historical American food. Foods ranging from mac & cheese to milk punch to the Meyer Lemon have their origins in America.
The MIT Media Food Lab is exploring ways to individualize the future of haute cuisine and use it to tell stories.
Read more about José's work through the Think Food Group here.