Eat + Entertain

Weird, weird food tech.


3D printed chocolate

Liquid nitrogen ice cream…printable chocolate…inhaled food…sound like Candy Land, the sci-fi edition? It’s actually all real food from the ever-expanding world of food technology.

I had the chance to talk about my favorite new, weird food tech finds at the DIY Network’s Made + Remade blog. First, a highlight: that inhaled food I mentioned. Le Whaf  won’t satisfy your hunger, but its creators hope it’ll cap your cravings for rich dishes like filet mignon and French onion soup by turning them into calorie-free gases you inhale. This gizmo is a glass cylinder attached to an ultrasound; the ultrasound transforms liquid foods into flavor vapor. Voilà: beef juices and other liquid foods can be breathed instead of bitten. Check it out here—plus four more of the weirdest food tech items on the market.

Which high-tech food items would you like to try? Let me know in the comments!



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