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Nah, I don’t think so. I’d prefer just to raise and slaughter my own chickens or buy from a neighboring farm instead.10
Uhh yeah no that's a hard pass for me... Damn can nothing be real these days, not even food with🤷🏼♀️13
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This is going to be the only food poor people can get in a few years real food is only going to be for the upper middle class and up.
Haven't tried the 3-D printed stuff but tried all the fake meat that's been coming out people say taste real it tastes like very low quality meat. terrible versus actually good quality meat.12
Depends of what substance it was printed.
TVP (RTM of Archer Daniels) ? Sure.
Plastic? Not so much.11
Nope! I can’t even imagine!11
Depends what it’s made of , hopefully not plastic 😊3
Is this a trick question?11
Now I know your out of your mind. LOL20
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I use a 3D printer to make stuff, but obviously, when it comes to food, we're not using the same 3D printer for food compared to building plastic gadget.
There's nothing to worry about in terms of the materials used to make 3D food printers - they're made from stainless steel and BPA-free materials so are completely safe for printing out food.
The danger comes in the form of something getting stuck somewhere - which also happens with normal 3D printers sometimes.
Stuck plastic is annoying but not that big of an issue.
But getting food stuck along the path in the food printer brings bacteria into the picture - which can, for obvious reasons, be a major concern.
So we have to ensure that no food gets stuck in the process, lest we end up with food poisoning.
3D printers are amazing & I watched a video of a 3D printer making a house & as for food I think I would give it a try. What happens if the computer making the computer gets a virus. You order a bucket of chicken & it gives you a bucket of feathers instead.
If you watch the video, it refers to just chicken nuggets, made from meat cells. Which makes sense, given its size. You cannot use a Food printer to print, say a drumstick, or leg. But using meat cells to create some sort of paste, that goes on to be made into a nugget makes sense, because you feed the paste into the machine and it just prints out the nugget. Don't expect to be getting a drumstick or thigh anytime soon.
This is the future I hope the 3D fries are good too.