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Edible water bubbles are made from water that has solidified a bubble form with sodium alginate and calcium lactate in food grade. To make your own, first mix 1 gram of sodium alginate with 1 cup of water and mix until the sodium alginate dissolves. Combine 5 grams of calcium lactate in a separate bowl with 4 cups of water. Then spoon 2-3 tablespoons of the sodium alginate water into the calcium lactate bowl. Stir the ingredients together for 3 minutes, which activates the sodium alginate and causes it to condense. Once the bubbles have formed, scoop them out with a slotted spoon and place them in a bowl of clean water. You can then eat them or give them to children to play with. For tips on how to make a Japanese raindrop cake with edible bubbles, read on!
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