The future of 3D-printed software-controlled cooking is here!
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Cooking devices that incorporate 3D printers, lasers, or other software-driven processes may soon replace conventional coking appliances.
- Feb 15
Want healthy Valentine's Day chocolates? 3D print them
Scientist has developed a formulation of low-fat chocolate that can be printed on a 3D printer in pretty much any shape a person can imagine
- Nov 4, 2022
Italian researchers have extended the shelf life of fresh pasta by 30 days
There is a 55-year-old ‘pasta law’ that governs its production and manufacture, but that doesn’t mean the staple is shut off from innovation
- Jun 29, 2022
New technology turns the whole fish into nutritious food
Food researchers are introducing a new sorting technology that means we get five good cuts from fish and not just the fillet.
- May 24, 2022
Don't be a drip! New edible food tape makes messy burritos a thing of the past
Students has created Tastee Tape, an edible adhesive that ensures the ingredients in your favorite wrap are kept tucked tightly inside.
- Mar 22, 2022
Early man's food choices discovered through prehistoric pot residue
To reconstruct the cookery of people who lived thousands of years ago, bones and plant remains can tell us which ingredients were available
- Mar 9, 2022
Solar oven allows rural communities to cook without coal or firewood
A new design for a solar cooking system may help rural communities prepare food more sustainably, reports a new study.
- Jan 5, 2022
Seaweed based biodegradable material designed "to make packaging disappear"
Sustainable startup Notpla has created an edible, biodegradable packaging made from seaweed and plants that was designed to replace plastic.
- Sep 21, 2021
New processing and cooking technology helps reduce carbon and energy consumption
Steam Infusion can reduce energy consumption by 17%, cutting close to 9 tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per production line each year
- Sep 19, 2021
Testing 3D printers and lasers to make and cook your next meal
Imagine having your own digital personal chef; ready to cook up whatever you want; able to tailor the shape, texture and flavor just for you
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