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  1. #1
    The Undead Edward M. Kennedy Guest

    Default Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    liquid nitrogen.

    I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    --Tedward



  2. #2
    Eric Ramon Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 12:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward


    NASA has some. Maybe you could see if they're selling.

  3. #3
    Mr.Smartypants Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 1:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward



    ask the bartender.

  4. #4
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 3:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?


    You're gonna need a new stomach.

  5. #5
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 2:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward


    AirGas, Praxair, Air Products, etc

  6. #6
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 2:39*pm, CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Oct 9, 2:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    >
    > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?

    >
    > > --Tedward

    >
    > AirGas, Praxair, Air Products, etc


    btw - liquid nitrogen is quite often used in molecular gastronomy -
    think Alinea, for example.

  7. #7
    Mark Storkamp Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    In article <k51tbg$5fv$[email protected]>,
    "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >


    I seriously doubt that since there was just a story in the news of an 18
    year old who had her stomach removed after drinking such a concoction.
    Trying to come up with a clever back story?


    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward


    Never heard of google or the yellow pages? As for recipes I suggest you
    drink it straight up.

  8. #8
    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Tue, 9 Oct 2012 15:19:11 -0400, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >liquid nitrogen.
    >
    >I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >
    >--Tedward
    >

    Didn't you read in the news yesterday where a British girl had to have
    her stomach removed to save her life? She'd had one of those drinks
    but the liquid nitrogen wasn't fully gaseous in the drink and it
    perforated her stomach. Sounds like a drink to give a miss.
    Janet US

  9. #9
    Damon Hynes, Cyclone Ranger Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 2:40*pm, CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > On Oct 9, 2:39*pm, CheeseHusker dos <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    > > On Oct 9, 2:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:

    >
    > > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > > > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?

    >
    > > > --Tedward

    >
    > > AirGas, Praxair, Air Products, etc

    >
    > btw - liquid nitrogen is quite often used in molecular gastronomy -
    > think Alinea, for example.


    Yeah, Mianderson can hook ya up. Nonsequential 20s, etc.

  10. #10
    Pete C. Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >
    > On Tue, 9 Oct 2012 15:19:11 -0400, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > >to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > >of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > >liquid nitrogen.
    > >
    > >I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > >Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > >you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    > >
    > >--Tedward
    > >

    > Didn't you read in the news yesterday where a British girl had to have
    > her stomach removed to save her life? She'd had one of those drinks
    > but the liquid nitrogen wasn't fully gaseous in the drink and it
    > perforated her stomach. Sounds like a drink to give a miss.
    > Janet US


    I suppose it would be possible to drink quickly enough that the LN2
    makes it to the stomach in liquid form before expanding tremendously as
    it boils off to a gas. I expect over-expansion was the issue much like
    holding your breath on a dive ascent, rather than anything to do with
    LN2 being cold. Didn't Mythbusters do something similar with cola and
    Mentos or the like for a stomach over-expansion injury test?

  11. #11
    Jim Brown Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 2:19*pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > you get this stuff? *Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward





    Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    batch.


    Now where was I? ...

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    graham Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "Jim Brown" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:a083a57b-70c8-48f2-a794-501ee334f318[email protected]..
    On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > liquid nitrogen.
    >
    > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >
    > --Tedward





    Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    batch.


    Now where was I? ...
    ---------------------------------
    Still learning chemistry!



  13. #13
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
    > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >> liquid nitrogen.
    >>
    >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
    >>
    >> --Tedward

    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > batch.
    >
    >
    > Now where was I? ...
    >

    Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    --
    Jim Silverton (Potomac, MD)

    Extraneous "not" in Reply To.

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    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 4:42*pm, "graham" <g.ste...@shaw.ca> wrote:
    > "Jim Brown" <jimbrown...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    >
    > > On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > --Tedward

    >
    > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > batch.
    >
    > Now where was I? ...
    > ---------------------------------
    > Still learning chemistry!


    bZZZZZZZT - if you've spent ANY time in an agricultural area, you'd
    know that NH3 is also called "liquid nitrogen"


  15. #15
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 4:47*pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > >> of them. *I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. *Where do
    > >> you get this stuff? *Any recipes?

    >
    > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > batch.

    >
    > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >


    NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    stores.

    Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    food.

  16. #16
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > batch.

    >
    > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >


    NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    stores.

    Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    food.


    it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.

    is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.



  17. #17
    CheeseHusker dos Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    On Oct 9, 5:10*pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]..
    > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > batch.

    >
    > > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > stores.
    >
    > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > food.
    >
    > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. *It is NOT liquid nitrogen.


    Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. Go to a coop - if
    you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. Idot

  18. #18
    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?


    "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Oct 9, 5:10 pm, "Pico Rico" <PicoR...@nonospam.com> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <jonrus...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]..
    > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:

    >
    > > > On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com> wrote:
    > > >> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    > > >> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    > > >> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    > > >> liquid nitrogen.

    >
    > > >> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    > > >> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    > > >> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >
    > > >> --Tedward

    >
    > > > Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see where
    > > > it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with it its
    > > > used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I heard,
    > > > without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes for a
    > > > batch.

    >
    > > > Now where was I? ...

    >
    > > Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.

    >
    > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > stores.
    >
    > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > food.
    >
    > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply a
    > liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen.


    Ain't slang - it's the name of the product - DUH. Go to a coop - if
    you dare leave the comfort of your hipster existence and ask for
    "liquid nitrogen" - guess what you're gonna get. Idot

    I bet I have been farming longer than you have. If you ask at a coop for
    "liquid nitrogen" they will not give you nitrogen gas that has been cooled
    to a liquid state. Now you are just being a droll troll.



  19. #19
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    CheeseHusker dos <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Idot






  20. #20
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Liquid Nitrogen source?

    Pico Rico <[email protected]> wrote:
    > "CheeseHusker dos" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
    >>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
    >>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
    >>>> liquid nitrogen.

    >>
    >>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
    >>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
    >>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?

    >>
    >>>> --Tedward

    >>
    >>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
    >>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
    >>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
    >>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
    >>> for a batch.

    >>
    >>> Now where was I? ...

    >>
    >> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
    >>

    >
    > NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
    > it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
    > stores.
    >
    > Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
    > food.
    >
    >
    > it may be called, in slang, "liquid nitrogen" but it really is simply
    > a liquid form of nitrogen fertilizer. It is NOT liquid nitrogen. DUH.
    > is "chicken of the sea" . . . well, never mind.


    Maybe if you explained to the representative from the troll group that you
    were not talking about the liquid form of nitrogen gas which only exists at
    deep low temperatures, but rather a high nitrogen fertilizer in liquid form
    which exists at room temperature, you both would not be wasting your time.
    Errr... check that, the troll group rep will just waste time on something
    else.

    MartyB



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