These pasta shapes were caused by immersing a 2-D flat film into water. | Michael Indresano Production

Shapeshifting Food Could Make Novel Haute Cuisine While Reducing Shipping Cost

Researchers at MIT have developed 3D-printed noodles that can be shipped flat and twist into new shapes when immersed in water.

Phytoplankton pasta salad with heirloom tomatoes and wild sorrel, by Matthew Delisle. | Michael Indresano Production

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