Thursday, October 6, 2016

3D Printing Comes To Foodservice

3D Printing Comes To Foodservice, So many cooking oils, so little time to research them all, Pamela's Products Sprouted Grains 6 Grain Pancake Mix is MY PICK OF THE WEEK!

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October 6, 2016

And not just for food, but furniture and cutlery. And where else? But across the pond in a London pop-up Mediterranean cuisine restaurant called Food Ink.

According to ZD Net, for three days and three special meals, Food Ink took up temporary residence in a Shoreditch side street to showcase the versatility of 3D printing. During the day, the article says, the pop-up was open as a exhibition space for the 3D technology, where the public could see 3D printers and pens at work, and try some 3D printed snacks. At night, the pop-up became boutique restaurant, where 10 diners per sitting paid over £250 (or $331.66 US) a head for a nine-course menu, printed during the meal while they watched. 

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Pamela's Products Sprouted Grains 6 Grain Pancake Mix is MY PICK OF THE WEEK!
I haven't had pancakes this good in a very long time. And they are so good for you. gluten-free, wheat-free, no sugars, nothing artificial with three grams of protein before you add an egg and milk. Watch my full review.
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