Well, as soon as these things are on store shelves and e-tailers' websites, it looks like I'll gain 100 pounds. Start-up company, Natural Machines, is now working on 3D-printed pizza, using its prototype Foodini food printer.
Natural Machines' Foodini begins the process by pushing dough down through a tight spiral, with the next step using a spiral of tasty red sauce. Cheese and oregano are applied manually, by hand, with the result of the pizza being delicious, and something that Natural Machines says is "so much easier than doing it by hand!"
I don't think it'll be long before we see these types of devices in restaurants around the world, and it would sure as heck help developing countries if these things were deployed on the cheap.
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