3D Printer: The Future Of Food?

Too tired to cook? In the future, you may be able to print your food. According to Designboom, Cornell University researchers have developed a 3D printer that uses liquid and gel cartridges to print food. They’ve already printed chocolates, cookies …

Too tired to cook? In the future, you may be able to print your food. According to Designboom, Cornell University researchers have developed a 3D printer that uses liquid and gel cartridges to print food. They’ve already printed chocolates, cookies and domes of turkey meat. Here’s to a future of dessert, hot off the press!

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