3D-Printed food? Say what now?
About one third of the food produced in the world is wasted. Can you guess which is the most wasted food in the Netherlands? It’s bread!
Fruits and vegetables are a second because you always have that one carrot that looks like a miniature person.
Always fun to make these memes, but not always appealing to eat, right?
Dutch designer, Elzelinde van Doleweerd and Vita Broeken who are dedicated to combat food wastage in the Netherlands, is working to use 3D printed foods at Uprinting Food. They create their food by blending together ingredients so that a paste is created. This paste is used to print the food using a 3D printer.
They have already created recipes and they are looking to collaborate with restaurants to create more! And as you can see it’s looking stunning!
Check out their video here!
Want to see more 3d-printed projects from the Netherlands? How about these 3d printed houses?