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Watch How elBulli's Famous 'Olive Oil Chip' Is Made

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Here's the next video in an ongoing series previewing Ferran Adrià's upcoming opus elBulli 2005-2011, the seven-volume catalog of the restaurant's most iconic recipes and ideas. In this installment, elBulli's publisher Phaidon reveals the steps behind "Recipe 1688," the Olive Oil Chip that uses obulato, a "tasteless edible film," to experiment with the physical forms olive oil can take. Obulato is a familiar tool in Adrià's kitchen; another recent video featured elBulli's "Vanishing Ravioli," which used the film to create a ravioli that disappeared in the mouth. Go, watch faux-"chip" in action:

Video: Recipe 1688: Olive Oil Chip

· elBulli 2005-2011 Preview | Recipe 1688: Olive Oil Chip [YouTube]
· All Ferran Adrià Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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