How to Make Aquafaba
Aquafaba is made from the liquid produced during the process of cooking beans – most notably cooking chickpeas. It can be acquired by draining a can of beans, which is the quickest way to get started. But, the best aquafaba is homemade because you are in control of the ingredients and the viscosity seems to be a bit better, and this yields a stronger and more stable foam. I also think the taste from aquafaba coming from canned chickpeas tastes a bit like…well, chickpeas (not necessarily good when making meringues).
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