We’re getting closer to that period of time again. Time to be thankful for all the joys we have in life. Pumpkin pie is one of the things that we are grateful for. Of course, in the beginning of times, Thanksgiving was not about pumpkin pie, football or parades. It was about inviting the Native Americans to join the colonists in a big meal meant to celebrate. And they did have a lot to celebrate
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This is the phrase that fits the following video better than everything. The Mobile Good Food Market is the bus that travels around the neighborhoods that lack healthy food options in order to deliver fresh vegetables and fruits. This bus is the result of a collaboration between FoodShare Toronto, the city of Toronto, and United Way Toronto. The bus comes to town twice a week and it sells fresh and nutritious food.
We are all wondering how in the world it is possible for things to look so good on screen or on paper and not so much in real life. The answer is just one: Photoshop. Whether we are discussing human beings or food, Photoshop can really do the trick with its amazing features.
Take the example of the following video. By watching it, you will learn how to Photoshop a dish, making it look flawless. It is true that this is more interesting for the companies which sell or produce food, but it doesn’t hurt to get a glimpse of what food has to go through in order to become what you see on the big screens.
From the same category as eating bugs because it’s healthy, we have the 3D printing technology that promises to revolutionize the food industry. Chloé Rutzerveld explains in this video how this printed food has many advantages and how it can actually be considered healthy food. Somehow, I doubt this, but the specialist says that there are still eight to ten years until this printing thing can become widely popular.