Have you ever wondered what it would be like to eat a cloud? Well I have. This dessert has been created to mimic the taste of a cloud or at least what I would imagine a cloud to taste like. Clouds are one of the reservoirs within the earth’s water cycle, they are made of condensed water molecules suspended in the atmosphere. The water cycle is the cycle by which water circulates through its various states of matter within earths ecosystem. The water in the atmosphere is evaporated from land reservoirs. The crap that we put into our water reservoirs on the ground as well as the atmosphere enters the water cycle and ends up in the clouds before it returns back to the land reservoirs as precipitation.
I imagined clouds to have a light, fluffy, and a contrasting gritty texture due to the foreign particles in them. As far as the flavour of a cloud goes I think it would be very light, creamy, and sort of heavenly with an acidic underlying flavour again due to the foreign crap (very scientific). So how do you mimic the imagined flavour and texture of a cloud? Well it all depends on the person doing the imagining but my imagination is picturing a multi layered dessert with multiple layers of texture, flavour, and aroma; resulting in the scrumptious imaginative embodiment of a cloud.
—WTF, A Dessert Anthology