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Engadget Expand: 3D Printing Edible “Fruits”

Using a special 3D printer, you can print edible “fruits”. Comprised of droplets of liquid surrounded by gel membranes, these creations “pop” when you bite them. While it is fun to recreate simple flavors, Gabriel seems to be more excited about creating interesting combinations such as strawberries with creme inside. Not only can you combine flavors, you can actually modify the texture of the edible itself.

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