The new food producing machine, Foodini, will change the amount of time and effort people spend cooking daily

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The new food producing machine, Foodini, will change the amount of time and effort people spend cooking daily

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Instead of clambering around the kitchen with heavy pots and pans, imagine the ability to create entire meals by a click of a button. The Foodini, a 3D printer which allows users to print meals with fresh and natural ingredients, is making this fantasy possible. Instead of spending hours slaving over a stove, Foodini can cook and print in a matter of minutes. The Foodini, created by the company Natural Machines, will be in limited production and not available to the public during the first half of 2015, and in mass production during the second half of the year. The Natural Machines website is already publicizing dozens of mouthwatering meals and snacks that Foodini will be able to create.

The Foodini is primarily an easy to use kitchen appliance that is connected to the Internet. This amazing machine is simply a box; the ingredients are inserted into the top half and the food comes out of the bottom half. A touch screen allows users to choose a recipe and Foodini takes it from there. The machine instructs itself on what to put in each capsule for preparation and the printing commences. This high-tech food processor will be sold for approximately $1,300 and can make just about anything, but specializes in snacks such as pretzels and breadsticks.

Currently, the Foodini is only exclusively sold online. However, when it is offically released, the makers plan on having suggested items for Foodini to cook. This will help users gain an understanding of how the process works before they experiment with new recipes. The inventors hope that this new product will encourage people to eat healthier, fresher foods. Natural Machines workers plan on making the Foodini better and more complex in future years but until then, try out the basic model later this year from the comfort of your own kitchen.

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