For those who don’t already know, molecular gastronomy is essentially a “scientific discipline that studies the physical and chemical processes that occur while cooking.” The Food Creation printer accepts a variety of ingredients, deconstructs them, and prints them as edible 3D shapes. Continue reading for two videos on the science behind this process. Click here for first picture in gallery.

For example carrot could be served as foam or parmesan cheese as a strand of spaghetti! So if the kids don’t want to eat broccoli or brussels sprouts, how about shaping them as candy or ice-cream?

[via Yankodesign]