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Future Food

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Salty lingo skewers this otherwise kid-friendly food show.

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The series is inspired by the idea that food can be recycled in order to reduce waste and help alleviate some of the world's environmental issues. It also underscores the need to think about food and the way we prepare it differently in order to make this happen.

Traditional cooks may be a little turned off by the team's novel use of petri dishes and liquid nitrogen to prepare meals. But Cantu and Roche, who have patented many of their unique techniques, use technology as a way of highlighting how it can be used to successfully feed the Earth's population in the future. They definitely get high marks for innovation, and demonstrate how when it comes to recycling food, the possibilities are endless. 

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