Foodini is a 3D printer for foodstuffs. Its Florida-based makers are hoping their time-saving device becomes as ubiquitous on kitchen countertops as the microwave oven has become.
But instead of forcing people to rely on highly processed convenience food that’s larded with additives and unhealthy levels of salt, as microwave meals generally are, they want Foodini to get more people cooking with fresh ingredients, rather than reaching for that pre-processed packet.
via Foodini Is A 3D Printer That Lets You Print Dishes With Fresh Ingredients | TechCrunch.
Some day, producing OK food at home will be no harder than producing OK coffee — slip some pods of this and than into a machine and out comes — ravioli. Or peanut butter. Or something.
Do yourself a favor. Google up Learn To Cook and try, first, some small things. If you can scramble an egg, look up Omelette. If you can grill a burger, look up grilled asparagus. Expand just slightly each time, and you’ll never have a need for the food pod machine.
Being strapped for cash doesn’t mean you can’t eat healthy and workout on a regular basis.
“The key to eating healthier and not breaking the bank is changing our perspective when we look at food,” says Michael Fenster, a board-certified interventional cardiologist and author of Eating Well, Living Better.
via How to Get Fit on the Cheap | Fox Business.
Some of the best foods for you are among the least expensive. And some of the best workouts cost nothing at all. Great read.
How many calories are in a drink from STARBUCKS? – I Love Coffee.
Brilliant! Lots of people would drop 5 bucks on a coffee drink …. but would they for the same number of calories drink 5 cans of cola?
Once again, someone is amazed (astounded! mind-blown!) by the fact that a McDonald’s Happy Meal, if left untouched and exposed to the air for a few years, will not rot or become overrun with mold. This time, it’s a chiropractor in Nebraska who thinks that displaying an ancient cheeseburger and fries in his office will help convince people that fast food is bad for them. Except he’s wrong, at least about why the Happy Meal still looks recognizable after all this time.
via Chiropractor Thinks 2-Year-Old McDonald’s Happy Meal Will Convince People To Avoid Fast Food – Consumerist.
Behold the meal that never dies.