The Plate Project: Post-Modernists

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Postmodernist Cuisine

by Nathan Myhrvold, Author
“As 3-D food printing eventually supplants traditional agricultural practices, meals will no longer be hindered by the plant and animal structures that evolution happened to deem advantageous. Chefs will be liberated to explore radically new aesthetics through their dishes.”

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