Thursday, March 4, 2010

Molecular Gastronomy Food Creation Printer...

For those who don't already know, molecular gastronomy is essentially a "scientific discipline that studies the physical and chemical processes that occur while cooking." The Food Creation printer accepts a variety of ingredients, deconstructs them, and prints them as edible 3D shapes.
  • For example carrot could be served as foam or Parmesan cheese as a strand of spaghetti! So if the kids don't want to eat broccoli or Brussels sprouts, how about shaping them as candy or ice-cream?

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