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Methocel F50

Methocel F50 is a type of methylcellulose. Methylcellulose is made from cellulose pulp, which is taken from plants' cell walls. Methylcellulose is one of the most interesting ingredients due to its unusual property of gelling as it gets hot and melting as it cools.

There are about 20 kinds of methylcellulose and while similar, they all have different properties. Methocel F50 is commonly used to stabilize foams, especially whipped foams.

You can discover more about Methocel F50 from my how to use Methocel F50 guide or any of the Methocel F50 articles and recipes below.

Methocel F50 Recipes and Articles

Cherry Whipped Methocel Foam Recipe

Cherry whipped methocel foam 2 Modernist foams come in many varieties. They can be made by blending, in a whipping siphon, or even using an aquarium bubbler. This recipe focuses on a different type: whipped foams, specifically whipped Methocel foams.

Methocel F50

Cherry whipped methocel foam 2 Methocel is a type of methylcellulose. Methylcellulose is made from cellulose pulp, which is taken from plants' cell walls. There are about 20 kinds of methylcellulose and while similar, they all have different properties. Methocel F50 is commonly used to stabilize foams, especially whipped foams.

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