Almost, But Not Quite
Still no real replicators, but they're getting closer with using 3-D printers to make food.
The Foodini is described by its manufacturers as "the first 3D-food printer to print all types of real, fresh, nutritious foods, from savory to sweet". They've already made a prototype, and are trying to raise $100,000 to begin a full production run.
I would love something that would make my ravioli! And here i just happened to find a recipe for vegan fish-shaped crackers earlier in the week but thought to myself "what the hell kind of chump do you think i am to be spending hours stamping out little fish-shapes?". I was thinking of just going with square crackers, but if they're gonna sell me a machine to do it...i think we can all agree that is quite serendipitous.
By min | May 15, 2014, 2:07 PM | Science
Floating Carb-Free Pizza Balls
I would like pickled tomato skins, removed from their pulp, tied off as ballons with a braided chive string, and filled with spiced Mozzarella and helium, so that they float and dance over the app plate.
Mybe even with a carved surface of individual faces.
Maybe carve a rutabaga as the child-catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, to hold the balloon. standing in a stream of pesto.