3D PRINTED PASTA & CHOCOLATE?  BBC NEWS

3D PRINTED PASTA & CHOCOLATE? BBC NEWS



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3D printing technology is moving into the kitchen. A prototype device developed by Natural Machines allows different types of food to be printed in 3D including chocolate and pasta.

BBC Click’s Melissa Hogenboom finds out more.

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22 thoughts on “3D PRINTED PASTA & CHOCOLATE? BBC NEWS

  1. всё пизда человечеству. теперь вкрай ленивожопыми станут. нафига что-то уметь? нажал кнопу и на те: пироженое, мороженое… а вот так и деградируют поколения, поскольку кроме компов и айфонов ничего в мире знать не будут

  2. A cute idea that may be worthwhile one day. But a device that takes 15 minutes to laboriously churn out ONE ravioli is not a "time saver".

  3. So… it's a computer-controlled pastry bag? Isn't that how they've been making candies and those nasty royal icing shapes for putting on cakes for a while now?

  4. The more refined our food became, the unhealthier and more obese mankind became.

    Now people seriously think 3D printed food is the future. 

    Think not. As vitamins form a pill do not have anywhere near the same nutritional value as the same vitamins in their natural context. Food is a holistic thing, it is only food because of the combination and context, not because of individual nutrients.

    You can see that one coming from a lightyear away.

  5. Yet another idea to make us more lazy and dumber. Thank you so much.. When can people start caring about making us smarter or more active instead?

  6. this makes no sense, you still have to make/add the ingredients. All it does it squirt some stuff on a plate which anyone can do at a faster pace than that thing.

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