You know what's old news? Eating. And if swallowing drinkified food is turning out to be too much work for you, you'll be excited to hear that food is now inhaleable. Literally.
Feel like chewing your food is just too much work? PepsiCo knows exactly what you're going through, so they're taking all those annoying fruits that you'd otherwise have to bite into and 'drinkifying' them into semi-liquid goop. And it gets worse.
The microwave was no doubt a curious invention if you were used to ovens and stoves all of your life. Well, here's what could replace the 'wave: 3D food printers. They construct dishes bit by bit, allowing you to control everything from flavor and texture to nutrition.
Before the days of faxes and email, the fastest and most efficient way to get stuff from one place to another within a building was to send it through a pneumatic tube. The Internet has rendered most of these systems obsolete, but there are some things you just can't digitize, and a company called Foodtubes wants to replace big trucks with a series of tubes to deliver groceries.
Cooking a turkey this evening? That's so 1621. Nowadays, the cool thing to do is to print your turkey with a food extruder, and decorate your ham with festive laser etchings.
One of the craziest imaginary treats in the Willy Wonka books and movies is a gum that changes to distinct flavor over time; a three course meal in gum form. And now that may be moving out of the realm of fantasy into reality.
Well, this is horrifying. A new food product going by the name of "Candwich" is hitting store shelves, and it's just what that fake word makes you think it is: sandwiches in cans.
Sitting at a desk and working all day can be a drag. Eating fresh, hot doughnuts on the other hand? The opposite of a drag. So when you combine those two things, I can only imagine you reach a tolerable...
Brilliant chemists have figured out how to change the shape of salt crystals, making all that junk food we love taste just as salty, even with 25% less sodium. Researchers discovered that only about 20% of the salt has enough...
Getting kids to eat food that's good for them is never easy, but what if those Brussels sprouts actually looked like solid gold nuggets? That's the thinking behind Esslack, an edible food paint from Germany. You simply spray it onto...