Worlds first 3D-printing restaurant may serve the future of sustainable food
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https://youtu.be/UWOVvSfSjCM Although most 3D printers use inedible filaments, like plastic, the byFlow printer creates dishes out of any edible ingredients that can be made into a paste, such as hummus, chocolate mousse, goat cheese, and pizza dough. The paste is inserted into a syringe-like container, where its heated and then pushed out to create a thin layer of food “ink.” Successive layers are printed until a stable three-dimensional structure is achieved. “The goal of...