posted on May, 21 2013 @ 12:49 PM
If they can make these food printers very affordable so that everyone can have them, I definitely this idea worthwhile for some situations. Maybe for
food presentation in high end restaurants, or maybe for preppers (who already have lots of powdered foods...) etc.
On the other hand, what is the point of "printing" the food... If the foods printed are powder/oil based, why do we need to add a device that prints
the food for us? If you have powdered potatoes, why not just add water and cook them in a pot, instead of a printer?
Same goes for most powdered foods too, why add the extra step of printing it rather than just cooking it the old fashioned way.
21-5-2013 by Dominar because: (no reason given)