Digital Food Cultures

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A “food printer” is a 3D printer that prints edible materials. Most 3D printers today print in plastic and in metal, and are revolutionizing industries from aerospace to medicine. Our goal in this project is to develop a 3D printer for fabricating edible items by computer-guided deposition and cooking of edible pastes, gels, powders and liquid ingredients (e.g. flour, water, eggs, butter, and protein). We believe that a food printer is the “missing link” that could bring the benefits of personalized data-driven health to people’s kitchen table.




Digital Food Cultures. (2020). Digital Food Cultures. Routledge.

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