The spice rack is all pretty normal until just about here and then it starts to get interesting. It's all thickeners and emulsifiers like egg white powder, and versa whip 600k. Some of these have ridiculous names and numbers after them. There are about 45 big containers and 45 smaller ones. The glycerin flakes we don't use a lot of, but you can use them to emulsify. Sodium citrate sounds weird but it just reduces the pH levels of things, or reduces the effect of an acid. Ultratex 8 is a modified tapioca starch, so instead of adding starch to something to cook it, you can get all the thickening power without having to heat anything up. Methocel F-50 is a type of methocellulose—we don't really use that right now, but we have in the past to make souffles. It's usually used as a thickener, and allows you to whip or aerate things. The cool property it has is that when it gets warm, it starts to gel, so it's like the opposite of gelatin that sets when it gets cold.