Imagine a scenario of pressing a few buttons and viola a machine “prints” your favorite meal. The reality of this actually happening is not that far off, but of course with limitations. Right now techno-culinaries chocedge have created a chocolate printing process, which layers delicious chocolate into computer generated designs. The early adopters of 3D food printing strike me as high end custom providers, spewing fondant spindles into commercial grade 3D food printers that churn out precise shapes and edible figurines for birthday cakes, candies and other easily “inkable” materials – primarily confections.
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