Hello, all of you like to imagine what our future will be like? Perhaps you expect to see flying cars, teleportation and other fictional things. Now we can only see these fictional things in science fiction films or we can only guess these fictional things. This will undoubtedly come true but it will take some time. Some future fantasies are also coming out, like what will the future food be like? Let’s have a look … In developing a film storyboard artist Sydney is always in action as it draws some raw footages of the show.
1- Edible water bottle: may eliminate plastic packaging in the future. Water bottles are a terrible problem for the pollution of the earth with plastic, and it gets worse every year. Of course, scientists find different ways to deal with excess plastics, and some of them certainly look very futuristic. A London-based start-up company has developed a water container – although it is a liquid bubble made of gelatin that has no taste, if you want, you can add flavoring or change the color, But you don’t have to eat the container every time, and can throw it away like a banana peel, disintegrating in a few weeks without damaging the environment. Inside it, you can not only add water but also water-based liquid. The company plans to promote its product in cafes and various events. Normal in places where a large number of people use plastic packaging. It takes only a few seconds to make a water bubble but these unusual containers do not have lids, so you will not be able to reuse them. With these unusual containers, you can enjoy your drink instantly in small amounts anytime.
2- 3D printed food: will change the way you eat in the future. Today you can print literally anything on a 3D printer, and here’s another great idea that seems to be definitely one of the technologies of the future. The concept of food development A printed food mini garden originated in 2014 but has now gained real popularity. Food growth is printed that contains nutrient-rich edible soil and various seeds and spores inside the dough-based outer shell, which is a few days turn into plants and mushrooms and grow out of small holes. Small but healthy food Apart from its nutritional work, mini gardens are also aesthetically pleasing, it looks like a bouquet of flowers. This printed food mini garden is fashionable and very expensive. The creative approach to 3D food printing also raises the issue that all of these mini-gardens can be farmed independently in vast areas.
3- Food Mist: Can inhale food without calories. UK-based food inventor Charlie Harry Francis recently launched his Edible Mist Machine capable of creating inhalable mists in flavors ranging from Smoked Bacon to Apple Pie. According to Harris, his machine can produce over 200 different flavors, which are emitted from a spherical machine and then sucked through a straw. Other examples include candy floss, mango, and chocolate, all of which combine as ultrasonic evaporation. This specifically allows the flavor to be enjoyed without calories, such as the Le Whiff chocolate inhaler and the caffeine-carrying Aeroshot Pure Energy. It would be great to get the nutrients directly by settling in a homemade edible mist. Looking at the edible mist machine, it seems that this incredible desire for the future has come true.
4- Unusual Coffee: Change Your Coffee Experiences Certainly, the world of the future needs a modern coffee. Normal coffee is consumed by many people in many different forms with milk, but now new forms of coffee use are emerging, which resemble future foods. Caffeine chewable coffee go cubes, for example. American startup Nootrobox (now HVMN) claims that Go Cubes is not only stimulating but designed to keep focused and active, as the company Nootrobox (now HVMN) makes products for biohacking and meditation or memory improvement Specializes in Two go cubes, which is equivalent to a cup of coffee and enough to keep you focused and active for 4 to 6 hours and the cubes can easily keep your pocket. Each cube contains 50 milligrams of caffeine, vitamins B3, B6, B12, and L-theinine for optimal energy and concentrates without irritable side effects. Without the negative side effects of normal cups of coffee, go cubes safely optimize your body’s natural performance by increasing your intake of vitamins.
5- Test tube meat: Your next steak can come from the test tube. Professor Mark Post of Maastricht University in the Netherlands is working on a project to manufacture test-tube meat. The Post mixed the nutrients of sugar, amino acids, and minerals to cow muscle stem cells, enabling them to multiply and build muscle tissue. In 2013, The Post unveiled the world’s most expensive hamburger, made by lab-developed beef. Synthetic meat offers the possibility of ending food distress and animal suffering. This food coming in the market in the future promises to be very cheap.
6- Purple Bread: Healthy version of white bread White bread, is digested very quickly and increases blood sugar levels and increases obesity and diabetes, but scientists have found a solution to this problem. Food scientist Professor Zhou Weibiao at the National University of Singapore invented purple bread. It is a product made entirely of natural compounds and is rich in antioxidants. Anthocyanin is used in purple for bread, which is a natural pigment found in black rice and fruits, vegetables such as grapes, blueberries, and sweet potatoes. Studies of grapes, blueberries, and sweet potatoes have shown that anthocyanins are a natural antioxidant that may help prevent cardiovascular and neurological diseases and cancer, and may play a role in controlling obesity and diabetes, as they reduce digestive enzymes. It can inhibit and reduce glucose levels, and even slow down the aging process in general. While Purple Bread is not yet commercially available, it has been approached by major food manufacturers about bringing Purple Bread to market. Purple Bread may be the first superfood to come.
7-spirulina: future superfood Spirulina is a spiral-shaped blue-green algae that grows naturally in warm, freshwater lakes, one of the oldest life forms on Earth. Spirulina is the world’s first superfood, and one of the most nutrient-rich foods on Earth. It is popular today due to its nutritional content. Spirulina improves the immune system and provides a wide range of overall health benefits. According to information, spirulina contains 55 and 70% protein (greater than beef, chicken, and soybeans), 9 essential and 10 non-essential amino acids, as well as gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), beta-carotene, linoleic acid, K There, are higher levels. Arachidonic acid, vitamin B12, iron, calcium, phosphorus, nucleic acid RNA and DNA, chlorophyll, and phycocyanin, is a pigment-protein complex found only in blue-green algae. Spirulina is also a natural detoxifier and a powerful antioxidant. It is available in both powder and tablet forms.
8- Insect food: Are you ready to eat insects? The use of insects as a food by itself is not a new idea. The worms are already being eaten by at least 2 billion people. Although some people may hate the idea of eating insects, insects are high in terms of nutrients, fat, protein, vitamins, fiber, and minerals. It is therefore not surprising that more and more people make a variety of dishes from insects to snacks to sweets, you are ready to eat ice cream with insects or fried insect larvae or insect crackers. Even today you will find many restaurants that specialize in these unusual insect dishes. Maybe insect dishes will become popular as food in the future.
9- Food Opera: Can Artists Turn Music Into Food? Even if you are not able to hear long operas, but you may find the opera tastes better. British artists Michiko Nita and Michael Burton have designed a technique that allows a singer’s voice to be transformed into a food experience. The artist uses a device similar to a futuristic science-fiction suite made of a tube, which looks like a mask but is actually a very complex device system. The suit collects carbon dioxide when the artist is singing. It feeds carbon dioxide algae, which grow during exposure and are later prepared and served. The audience can really get a taste of his song! Minor variations in pitch and frequency can determine tone, color, texture, and even whether the algae will be sweet or bitter. Edible opera is a truly science-fiction futuristic instrument that is changing the future of food.
10- Fake fish and seafood: This is the future of veggie seafood. Not only can meat be grown in a laboratory – fish can also be produced in a laboratory. The Times report states that scientists are working on developing alternatives to fish and other seafood through plant-based dishes or through growing cells in laboratories. New Wave Foods has already made a fake shrimp made from an algae-based alternative and is working on making lobster and crab. Scientists use heme to create the taste of seafood, a protein also seen in their meat formulas. According to scientists, hemat is made by fermenting genetically engineered yeast and injecting it with the DNA of soy plants. In the coming years, we will be able to enjoy real seafood as well as fake seafood. The best food art can be displayed in your home gallery.