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Worlds first 3D-printing restaurant may serve the future of sustainable food

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 12, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Jul 11, 2016 
 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. 
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