3D printed snack size morsels of food is completely natural and it has living edible plants growing in it. See how it's done!
Dutch designer Chloé Rutzerveld designed this project 'Edible Growth' that uses a 3D printing technology to print completely natural and organic snack sized morsels of food that has living edible plants growing in it.
3D printed food is not a new thing, there have been a lot of interesting ideas, good starts and even some minor successes. But the invention of this self growing food may change the way we eat our food in the near future and could transform the food industry itself.
The 3D-printing structure contains a combination of seeds, spores and yeast that mature within three to five days of fermentation and it develops flavors on its own and transforming into what Rutzerveld claims is a fresh, nutritious and tasty snack after only a few days.
However, 'Edible Growth' project is still at the research and development stage and it will take long time before anyone can 3D-print snacks at home.
Watch this amazing video!
So what do you think? Would you eat this 3D printed food or its too much for you?
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