3D printed food-sculptures

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10 Responses to “3D printed food-sculptures”

  1. brassandlace says:

    If this takes off, those Food Network challenges are going to get a lot more interesting.

    I’m a little iffy on the meat ones, though.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What? No ersatz cabbage butterfly?

  3. Anonymous says:

    man so awesome. now anybody can make their own cereal brand!

  4. AlmostLucy says:

    I have seen the future and it is delicious.

  5. morkl says:

    Stuff humanity has accomplished:
    [ ] Cure cancer
    [ ] Peace on earth
    [X] 3D Cheese Printer

    Now let’s get them bacon printers up and running; the other things can wait!

  6. george57l says:

    I bet Heston Blumethal will have one in his kitchen the moment he hears about this – it is right up his street, judging what he gets up to with his creative cookery on UK tv.

  7. Anonymous says:

    If God wanted us to print-out bacon, he would have given pigs lasers for eyes.

  8. Anonymous says:

    from the french culinary institute tech blog Cooking Issues:

    Fantastic Stochastic Masa: Finally a Good 3-D Food Printing Application

    http://www.cookingissues.com/2011/01/24/fantastic-stochasic-masa-finally-a-good-3-d-food-printing-application/

  9. woid says:

    I guess it’s one way to get the kiddies to eat their food.

    What’s next? Vitamins shaped like the Flintstones?

  10. Deidzoeb says:

    Michael Pollan’s eyes are rolling in his head. His yummy, yummy eyes.

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