Bubbles are a form of light foam made by injecting air into a liquid. At the most basic level, foams are a structure that traps air in bubbles. The texture of the foam is determined by the size of the bubbles and how much liquid is in the foam.
The resulting bubbles can range from large to small, all visually interesting. Bubbles also carry a surprising amount of flavor. After the bubbles sit for one minute to stabilize, you can spoon the bubbles directly onto your dish.
An aquarium bubbler is one of the more unusual ways to create foams. It works well for creating large bubbles, similar to soap bubbles.
You can discover more information about bubbles from my guide on how to make bubbles or from the bubbles articles below.