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  1. Those familiar with the Scottish soft drink Irn-Bru may be familiar with the marketing slogan: "It's made of girders." This is due to the drink's taste which some describe as having a metallic edge. The actual recipe remains a secret, however there is a large range of imitation drinks and unbranded "iron brew" flavoured products (e.g. syrups, confectionery, etc.) with the same taste, so the flavour profile must be fairly widespread knowledge within the flavouring industry. I've searched but unlike OpenCola there are no copycat or unofficial recipes to make a
  2. Recently I picked up a few different types of emulsifiers in bulk powder form when I saw them in passing at a catering wholesaler. Having never used powdered emulsifiers before in cooking or baking, I figured I'd find pretty comprehensive instructions for their use on the web - but I can't. I'm not a stranger to food science but nor am I a chemist. I understand that emulsifiers are at least sometimes prepared by pre-mixing them into a (heated?) liquid or fat and then using the resulting solution in the actual recipe, which may explain why a lot of commercial
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