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Over the last few decades, a new wave of science has been infused into the world of food in the form of molecular gastronomy. By definition, food preparation and cooking involve physical and chemical changes, and molecular gastronomy just uses scientific principles to take food in new technical and actually artistic directions.
It is in addition a excellent excuse to have a few fun with liquid nitrogen.
Back in 2013, another big step in food science came with a successful crowdfunding campaign to manufacture a true functional food replacement containing all the necessary nutrients to assist life. With a clat any time name which provoked at any timeyone to read the ingredient list twice for anything resembling individuals, Soylent tastes like pancake batter but does not manufacture great pancakes.
Currently, all signs point to 3D printed food as the upcoming big advance (sorry, synthetic meat…you’re yet not eager for the limelight). Soylent may have stripped down sustenance to its bare essentials, but 3D printing can bring both function and create of food to the plate. And thanks to Professor Hod Lipson, who we not long ago heard speak on the largest trends in robotics, the era of digital food is nearer than at any time.
The team created a prototype food printing device able-bodied to 3D print food in different types of creates and hope to provide the capacity to cook food by year’s end.

This food printing device may not end up on your oppose upcoming to your Keurig machine, but the upcoming generation of cutting-edge chefs are anxious to see what it can squeeze out for dinner.
Source: Science Daily
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