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Do gel spheres hold up to heat?

Alginate gels are heat-stable up-to 150C. So you can easily serve them on a hot plate at the serving temperature.
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Hot liquid reverse spherification

Gelled sodium alginate melts at 150F. So, this should be possible. Maybe spherify with cooler liquid, then heat and maintain a warm temperature with a pan floating in a sous vide bath.
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Can spherification be done with hot liquids?

You might be able to use konjac flour, but you'll need to raise the pH. Start with Dutch process cocoa, as regular cocoa is acidic. From Guy Crosby (the science guy on America's Test Kitchen): ...
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