A 3D printer that works with chocolate?

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Why make your food when you can print it?

Futurist Thomas Frey talked about 3D food printers HERE and now we have a production model that can print with chocolate (and more). How awesome is that!

From Gizmodo:

Instead of the toxic smell of melted plastics, while the Imagine 3D printer is doing its thing, your workspace will be filled with the aroma of delicious confections. Because its printing head uses syringes that can be filled with chocolate…

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U.S. Pushes Cheese Sales Despite Warning About Fat

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Dairy Management, which has made cheese its cause  is a marketing creation of the United States Department of Agriculture — the same agency at the center of a federal anti-obesity drive.

Early last year Domino’s Pizza was hurting. Domestic sales had fallen, and a survey of big pizza chain customers left the company tied for the worst tasting pies. Then help arrived from an organization called Dairy Management. It teamed up with Domino’s to develop a new line of pizzas with 40 percent more cheese, and proceeded to devise and pay for a $12 million marketing campaign.

 

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How To Make Breast Milk Cheese At Home

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Step one. Obtain human breast milk.
Yes, you read that right. Chef Daniel Angerer has come up with a recipe for you to turn that liquid gold into something yummy you can spread on a cracker and serve up to your friends.If you dare to try it yourself he lists a step by step guide to making the cheese on his website.  It should be noted that he used both cow’s milk and human milk to make the cheese so you will only have to give up 2 cups of the good stuff for the recipe.
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Cheese Trophy Comes Back To Wisconsin

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With an article like this you can see why their called cheese heads

GREEN BAY, Wis., March 21 (UPI) — The U.S. Cheese Championship Contest trophy has returned to Wisconsin after two years of going to other states.

The winner, selected Thursday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, was a Parmesan produced in Antigo, Wis., the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Second prize went to a goat’s milk cheese from Oregon and a New York state cheddar took third.

But the top prize was back in the state that regards itself as the center of U.S. cheese. Continue reading… “Cheese Trophy Comes Back To Wisconsin”

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