While researching how food and eating behavior looked like 100 years ago, I was wondering how food will be in the future?

3D printed pasta 


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A contest in 2014 announced the winner for the 3D printed pasta: Designer Loris Tupin created “Rosa”, which are little flowery shapes that are blossoming when put into hot water (3ders, 2016).
3D-printed food feels kind of futuristic as it is printed instead of cooked.

 

 

References:

3ders (2016) Next pasta shapes? Barilla announces winners of its 3D Printed Pasta contest. Available at: http://www.3ders.org/articles/20141223-barilla-announces-winners-of-its-3d-printed-pasta-contest.html (Accessed: 25 April 2016).

 

Visual References:

Fig. 1-2: 3D print (2016) Barilla announces their 3D printed pasta contest winners. Available at: https://3dprint.com/32604/3d-printed-pasta-contest/ (Accessed: 25 April 2016).

 

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