Don’t Burst All Your Bubbles

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preserving bubbles in champagneW ant your bubbly to retain its effervescence longer after the bottle is opened? Don’t re-cork, simply place the handle end of a spoon inside the bottle.

Studies showed that the spoon method works better to keep the bubbles in their place although there was still some ‘éventage,’ or the loss of gas. Find out what Stanford and my favorite food chemist Harold McGee discovered.

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