Google has a 3D Pasta Printer in Its Kitchen
Posted on: 08/16/2012 09:36 PM

We all know Google is one of the best companies to work for, giving its employees practically everything they could ever need in life. Now they have brought some technology into the mix in their famous kitchen. Bernard Faucher, a cook at Google's HQ Kitchen, was being interviewed in this video when he mentioned something about using a 3D printer and other gadgets in Googles kitchen. Skip to about 3 minutes where he talks about it.



Turns out, 3D printing dough-based foods isn't that new. People have already made cupcakes, burritos, and sandwiches! (3D printed meat is a new one, though). Google is probably using the Fabaroni 3D printer made by MIT students to make their pasta. If I worked at Google, Android shaped mac n' cheese would be part of my daily diet for sure...


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