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Sushi Prepared on a Printer

samzenpus posted more than 9 years ago | from the eat-it dept.

It's funny.  Laugh. 306

Ant writes " The New York Times talks about Homaro Cantu's maki, it looks a lot like the sushi rolls served at other upscale restaurants: pristine, coin-size disks stuffed with lumps of fresh crab and rice and wrapped in shiny nori. They also taste like sushi, deliciously fishy and seaweedy. But the sushi made by Mr. Cantu, the 28-year-old executive chef at Moto in Chicago, often contains no fish. It is prepared on a Canon i560 inkjet printer rather than a cutting board. He prints images of maki on pieces of edible paper made of soybeans and cornstarch, using organic, food-based inks of his own concoction. Then, Homaro flavors the back of the paper, which is ordinarily used to put images onto birthday cakes, with powdered soy and seaweed seasonings."

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306 comments

Mmm (4, Funny)

ikkonoishi (674762) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561042)

Try the soylent green. Its delicious.

Re:Mmm (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561059)

Cool my first first post.

Re:Mmm (1, Funny)

Eric Giguere (42863) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561113)

Talk about being hungry an hour after eating...

Next we'll learn how to grill steaks on a Lexmark printer... soon there will be no need to leave the computer room for lunch!

Eric
See your browser's HTTP headers [ericgiguere.com]

Re:Mmm (1)

Tolookah (837210) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561174)

why would you need the printer to grill it?

with todays computers and modding trend, im sure there will be a grill heatsink soon...

or just use that george forman computer from a few weeks back...

Re:Mmm (2, Informative)

NardofDoom (821951) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561516)

You don't grill steaks on a printer, dummy. You grill them on the heat sink of an overclocked P4.

Re:Mmm (1)

GtKincaid (820642) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561148)

How can a post about soylent green be marked as informative ... dont you know ,... soylent green is people

Re:Mmm (0, Offtopic)

fireman sam (662213) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561249)

Well, the movie came out in 1973. The moderator probably wasn't even born then. Might have been conceved at a drive-in showing it though.

Re:Mmm (0, Offtopic)

Spoing (152917) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561190)

  1. Try the soylent green. Its delicious.

LOL! Modded as "insightful"!

Re:Mmm (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561256)

stop saying lol . jesus wept! i will kill you for saying lol so much! why - o - why. bloody fuck fuck shit wankstain bastard think of something else, like a proper repliy. Aaaaaaaaaaah!

Mmmmmm, Sushi (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561043)

Tasty First Post

1st (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561046)

post

hmm... (2, Funny)

Corporate Drone (316880) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561050)

In Soviet Russia, the sushi prints...

erm..

I'm on a diet, you insensitive...

uhh..

FP?

*sigh* ... I got nothin'...

There's always ... (2, Funny)

SpooForBrains (771537) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561090)

... there's something fishy going on here ...

Re:There's always ... (0, Offtopic)

-brazil- (111867) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561110)

This is why we need "-1, Really Bad Pun"

it gets worse (-1, Offtopic)

SpooForBrains (771537) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561145)

You think that was bad? Try these:

What did the fish say when it swam into a wall?
Dam!

and

Two fish in a tank. One turns to the other and says, "... can you drive this thing?"

Thank you, thank you, I'm here all week.

Re:it gets worse (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561512)

Oh my cod ...

you forgot... (0)

mgkimsal2 (200677) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561405)

the 'trying-to-get-off-the-ground-soon-to-be-classic' 'In South Korea, only old people...' line.

Why? (1, Funny)

pragone (756766) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561470)

Why would some one want to eat food that isn't food? I mean... I'll buy that if I can pay it with printed money!

Re:hmm... (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561490)

...well, but imagine a beowulf cluster of these

But where? (4, Funny)

Fr05t (69968) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561053)

But where is the eatable electronic ink paper! Ohh I need to go print a TPS report then feed it to my boss - bbl.

hehe (3, Funny)

essreenim (647659) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561077)

prints images of maki on pieces of edible paper made of soybeans and cornstarch, using organic, food-based inks of his own concoction.

Yeah, all obes people should be forced to eat their words!

Re:But where? (0, Offtopic)

mOoZik (698544) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561135)

I'll take edible for $500, Trebek.

Re:But where? (2, Funny)

Kredal (566494) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561296)

The answer is: This is the word the grandparent poster is unable to spell.

Re:But where? (2, Funny)

tomhudson (43916) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561303)

I'll take
edible for $500, Trebek.
The answer is, "Smells like sushi, tastes like chicken"

"What is edible sushi underwear."

Hmm (-1, Redundant)

slarshdot (211836) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561055)

Sounds fishy to me!?

Sushi Fishy. (4, Informative)

shic (309152) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561062)

I was informed a while ago (to my surprise) that Sushi doesn't necessarily contain fish. I now understand that Sushi relates to the seasoning of rice and the style of presentation - typically with Nori (seaweed).

[Tell me if I'm wrong and you're the CEO of Sony or similar!]

Re:Sushi Fishy. (2, Informative)

lisaparratt (752068) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561076)

Indeed - sashimi is raw fish, often served with sushi.

Re:Sushi Fishy. (4, Informative)

mrjb (547783) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561127)

The word Sushi, to my understanding, is derived from the words su (vinegar) and meshi (rice).

The birth of sushi as we know it, was to use this vinegar rice to wrap fish in it, to conserve the fish, sometimes for months!

Re:Sushi Fishy. (4, Interesting)

ari_j (90255) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561152)

Contrast with Surstromming [wikipedia.org] , which is fish allowed to ferment in the can to preserve itself. Thank you, Sweden, for one-upping Norway. Lutefisk [wikipedia.org] wasn't disgusting enough.

Re:Sushi Fishy. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561211)

That's marketing brilliance really.

"this stuff stinks. it looks and tastes like it's gone off - that makes me sick!"...
"it's meant to do that"

"this emailer stinks. outlook express automatically opens executables - that spreads viruses!"...
"it's not a bug, it's a feature"

Re:Sushi Fishy. (3, Insightful)

wintaki (848851) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561347)

Lutefisk is actually pretty good. I never liked it the first few years I lived in Norway, but now I look forward to it. It also depends where I get it - Stortorvet Gjestiveri is good I think, but other places I've had tried didn't taste as good. Of course, you need enough of the bacon fat poured on top to make it taste good :-)

Re:Sushi Fishy. (2, Interesting)

sarahemm (707486) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561411)

Don't forget hakarl [pilotguides.com] , shark meat that's been buried in the sand for six months...

Re:Sushi Fishy. (1)

clambake (37702) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561363)

The word Sushi, to my understanding, is derived from the words su (vinegar) and meshi (rice).

My hot Japanese girlfriend says you are wrong.

This is the kanji for sushi: here [google.com]

Re:Sushi Fishy. (2, Funny)

swv3752 (187722) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561497)

I call bs. You are posting on /. hence you can't have a girlfriend let alone a hot asian one.

Next you are going to say she likes watching Anime and playing on the PS2. :-P

Re:Sushi Fishy. (3, Informative)

JanneM (7445) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561132)

Yep, sushi is cold rice flavoured with vinegar and sugar. This food can be used in various ways, and rolls are just one variation.

More common at home is to make "shirashizushi" - basically a large bowl with the rice and a bunch of different toppings spread out on top. Another variation is to have rice and toppings in bowls, then take a piece of nori (pressed seaweed) and add some sushi and whatever toppings you like, then roll up and eat - sort of the same way you make tacos.

But yes, as it happens, sashimi tends to go very well with sushi.

Re:Sushi Fishy. (1)

-brazil- (111867) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561170)

Indeed non-fish sushi are nowadays common, though the majority does indeed contain raw fish. The nori is not a defining ingredient either, since the rolls (maki sushi) are only one of the two main forms of sushi, with the other (nigiri sushi) requiring no nori - a slab of fish (or whatever) is just placed on a lump of rice. The rice is the defining ingredient: if there's no rice, it's not sushi.


However, sushi historically developed in a way that makes only sense with fish, since the rice was used to conserve the fish by pickling it with lactic acid.

Re:Sushi Fishy. (1)

vettemph (540399) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561241)

Correct. And I believe it's called sushimi when it contains raw fish/seafood.

Re:Sushi Fishy. (2, Informative)

wintaki (848851) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561384)

It's called "sashimi" when there is *NO* rice. i.e. just slices of raw fish. Sushi is either nigiri or maki. Nigiri is peices of (usually) fish on top of balls of rice. Maki are what the "rolls". In both cases, the rice is seasoned with vinegar and sugar. See http://www.rain.org/~hutch/rice.html for sushi rice info.

I tried this at home (4, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561063)

It tastes like toner.

so it will be finally possible to say.. (1)

sucati (611768) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561067)

the dog ate my homework

Re:so it will be finally possible to say.. (1)

svanstrom (734343) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561102)

That one is so stupid that it actually works, I've gotten away with it a cpl of times. =D

Re:so it will be finally possible to say.. (2, Funny)

DrSkwid (118965) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561130)

but it did! [proweb.co.uk]

Re:so it will be finally possible to say.. (1)

Short Circuit (52384) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561162)

Cute, but your homework was a crumpled up newspaper on the floor?

Hot sushi! Try a laser printer (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561070)

...grill it on the fuser on the way through...

Great... Raman flavoured paper... (1)

MSFanBoi (695480) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561072)

I can see all the Slashdot freaks getting into Raman Noodle flavoured prints. Or better yet, get some caffinated ink and print out a can of Dew!

Thanks (5, Funny)

Troll'N (809458) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561074)

Domo Arigato Mr.Homaro

Re:Thanks (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561204)

By the way, did you know that Arigato might be borrowed from Portuguese http://www.geocities.com/discoveringportugal/langu age.html. In portuguese, thank you is Obrigado, which sounds very similar to Arigato.

Re:Thanks (1)

hunterx11 (778171) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561213)

Homaro? Sounds like someone can't spell Homer. It's easy:
mi-su-ta-a su-pa-a-ko-ru
For lucky best sushi.

Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (3, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561078)

Sushi doesn't taste fishy - or at least good sushi doesn't.

Re:Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (1)

nucal (561664) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561124)

Tastes fishy to me - I guess that I've always had Plain Sushi instead of Premium Quality Photo Sushi ...

Re:Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (1)

REBloomfield (550182) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561197)

erm... the fish ones do. They better do, or I'd send them back.....

Re:Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (4, Informative)

bloggins02 (468782) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561242)

No, really, they shouldn't. Even the fish ones. The "fishy" taste parent is talking about is the same taste you get when you reheat 3 day old catfish. Most people (at least where I live) think that's what fish is supposed to taste like.

It isn't

Seriously, next time you're in a port town, try some fresh Sashimi, I guarantee it won't taste like "fish" at all - or at least it won't taste like what most people seem to think fish tastes like (that is to say, f'in nasty).

Re:Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (1)

wintaki (848851) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561423)

This is correct. And, if you get sushi that smells "fishy" you probably should not eat it. Sushi should obviously always be served fresh, and fresh fish does not have that "fishy" smell.

Re:Good sushi doesn't taste fishy (1)

peragrin (659227) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561447)

So your saying raw fish doesn't taste like fish? Does it taste like chicken? How about steak?

No seriously even catfish doesn't taste 'fishy' other than texture when it's fresh. By fresh I mean Catch fish on shore line, gut, clean, prep, and cook over open fire within 5 minutes of catching.(cook longer than 5 minutes)

Some of the best fish i have ever had, never made it to a fridge.

what the....? (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561080)

Who is sanzempus? Did Michael finally get fired for posting all that pro-MS stuff?

Is this low carb? (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561082)

Does he also print the nutritional information on the back as well?

Not very filling... (1)

jmcmunn (307798) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561089)


How many sheets of paper would you have to eat to constitute your 100%DV of fiber I wonder? MMmmmm...paper, D'oh!

Re:Not very filling... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561171)

now you think what kind of stuff is good for making paper and go sit in the corner.

Not surprised. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561093)

Sushi tastes about as good as paper, regardless of how you flavor it. I'm not surprised at all that it works as an alternative.

Tesco Sushi (3, Funny)

Vollernurd (232458) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561097)

Holy crap! I knew that they made it out of old paper. Tesco (UK's WalMart) make everything taste of paper. Now I know.

Re:Tesco Sushi (2, Informative)

andynz (686071) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561175)

Actually, Asda is UK's WalMart.

Re:Tesco Sushi (1)

thecardinal (854932) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561237)

Precisely - Asda is part of the Walmart group of companies, and is also quite possibly a better employer than Tesco, at least on pay.

Re:Tesco Sushi (1)

98jonesd (633833) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561441)

Actually, Tesco pay better than Asda and Sainsbury's.
Employees get better benefits aswell.

Re:Tesco Sushi (1)

CastrTroy (595695) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561245)

You mean walmart hasn't taken over the UK yet? Because they've taken over Canada. UK can't be far off.

Re:Tesco Sushi (1)

mikey_boy (125590) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561434)

Walmart bought asda ... if they wanted to take over, they really should've got tesco instead

bah! (1, Funny)

the_unknown_soldier (675161) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561106)

In korea, only old people eat paper!

Right Way (1)

QMO (836285) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561118)

He's going about this exactly the right way.

1. Have LOTS of wild ideas that you would like to try.
2. Try them.
3. Some of them work.
4. Patent.
5. Repeat steps 1 - 4.
6. BIG profit (eventually).

The trick is to finding a way to pay for the initial development and some way to test all the solutions to the wild ideas. The restaurant does both of those.

Re:Right Way (1)

geoffspear (692508) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561477)

Well, it's better than the way most corporations seem to develop stuff, which involves moving step 4 before step 2. Or just dropping steps 2 and 3 altogether, because they can get expensive. It's easier to let someone else try all of your wild ideas, and when they find one that works, threaten to sue them.

I live in chicago (5, Informative)

squarefish (561836) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561122)

and although the place sounds interesting, it's way too outside the budget I need for a feeding.

here's an review I found that sums it up: [chicagoreader.com]
[ ]For the past decade restaurants have gone to great lengths--showy food, exposed kitchens, gimmicky menus--to add drama to their dining rooms. But when the theatrics overshadow the food, a restaurant and its diners are in trouble. At Market District newcomer MOTO, the show starts with waitstaff dressed in black lab coats, continues with aromatherapeutic flatware threaded with sprigs of fresh herbs (listed as a course on the menu!), and hits a peak when servers approach the table with six-inch syringes to inject a single rice ball with sweet-and-sour sauce. And if you think Charlie Trotter's servings are small, wait till you see what chef Homaro Cantu calls a salad: a teaspoon of tiny spinach gelatin cubes and another of frisee. A bite-size portion of scallops came sitting atop a plastic box (constructed by Cantu himself), where a small but tasty filet of black bass was steaming in "Pacific Oceanic products" (water FedExed in from the Pacific). If the minuscule portions of white-truffle ice-cream spaghetti and smoked-watermelon soup tasted good I'd be more forgiving, but they didn't. It goes on like this through the 13th course--you'll wish you'd opted for the five- or seven-course meal or, evenbetter, that you'd gone next door to Folia instead. Moto is at 945 W. Fulton, 312-491-0058.

New Canon disclaimer (1, Funny)

Linker3000 (626634) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561125)

Only use genuine Canon consumables in this printer. The use of third party soy or fish-based pigments may lead to a poor eating experience, flatulence, bad breath, spots, sore tongue, cravings, stomach cramps and gastric upset for which Canon will not be responsible.

hoax? (1)

Boeboe (815330) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561126)

after reading the entire article I can only conclude this is a hoax. Using liquid nitrogen, helium and superconductors to prepare food? Class IV lasers to cook things from the inside out? Handheld Ion particle guns to make food levitate? Suuuure.

Sushi is the rice, not the fish (2, Interesting)

whoda (569082) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561136)

How can the guy call it sushi when it has no sushi-rice?
It's made from soybeans.

It's like saying a tofu steak is a prime cut of filet mignon because you colored it and added some flavoring.

Re:Sushi is the rice, not the fish (1)

pronobozo (794672) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561436)

How can the guy call it sushi when it has no sushi-rice? It's made from soybeans. It's like saying a tofu steak is a prime cut of filet mignon because you colored it and added some flavoring. Sushi also isn't 2mm thick, and confined to a dpi. Soy is a healthy and ultra cheap alternative to a lot of foods. That's why tofu burgers, aren't actually meat etc...

3rd world (5, Funny)

JFMulder (59706) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561142)

Great, so now we can actually fax them food.

This will be taken too far (1)

Albinofrenchy (844079) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561143)

His business will suddenly drop all it's customers when he puts in edible toilet paper.

Paging Mr. Tuttle ... er ...Buttle (3, Funny)

DrTrogg (586983) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561150)

Let's see - vast drone-like armies of workers ... corporate marauders ... increased terrorism ... now pictures of food instead of food. If DeNiro shows up to fix my toilet I'm moving to Canada.

Anyone sharing a desk with their neighbor in the next cube yet?

Re:Paging Mr. Tuttle ... er ...Buttle (0, Offtopic)

Colonel Cholling (715787) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561225)

If DeNiro shows up to fix my toilet I'm moving to Canada.

Canada? Surely you mean Brazil...

Re:Paging Mr. Tuttle ... er ...Buttle (2, Funny)

Anita Coney (648748) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561280)

No, if DeNiro showed up, he'd already be in Brazil.

Cooking != Art (1)

DingerX (847589) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561154)

For if cooking were art, some chefs would serve motor oil.

err... better not give him any more ideas.

Re:Cooking != Art (1)

GigsVT (208848) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561332)

Not sure how you can say that, there's a lot of "cooking" that's more on the art side of things. Mostly inedible "gingerbread" houses, various sugar sculptures that border on the inedible, etc.

Bet it will be in the next Bond (1)

Laurentiu (830504) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561168)

"This message will be ingested in 3...2...GULP!"

Mint-flavored /. anyone? :)

Good thing it wasn't an HP printer (3, Funny)

defishguy (649645) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561187)

If it were an HP printer when the seaweed part of the cartridge expired youd have to replace the WHOLE cartridge and it would cost $5000 dollars, and expire when there is still 15% sushi left!

Wasabi anyone? (1)

Powertrip (702807) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561189)

Hmm, can he print out some Wasabi in that 'Sushi' for me? :)

Yeah, go on, applaud the criminal (4, Funny)

Wylfing (144940) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561194)

This guy should so obviously go to jail. I mean, you can't tell me those printer cartidges are authorized by the printer's manufacturer. This kind of wanton breaking of the DMCA has to stop if we want companies to continue making the high quality printers we've come to expect. Now someone's family at Lexmark is going to go hungry because Mr. Cantu stole their IP.

Has to be said (1, Offtopic)

Eradicator2k3 (670371) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561198)

In Korea, only old people print their sushi (or kim-bap, as it is called there).

Hmmmm (1, Interesting)

dheltzel (558802) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561201)

But is it a naked printer? [cnn.com]

mmmmmm (1)

TheNextBigThing (849842) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561210)

mmmmmmmm......paper

I'll try anyting once

Moto's is always doing this crap. (4, Interesting)

kahei (466208) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561227)


Look, it's not sushi, if you RTFA you'll see it's a novelty item printed with sushi designs on the outside -- it's not supposed to even look like sushi.

That apart, the point about Moto's is that it doesn't serve actual food, it serves insanely tiny and bizarre objets d'art in Kubrik-esque surroundings. You don't go there to eat, you go there to witness the most ridiculous restaurant ever, and boy do they deliver! Single strand of spaghetti? You can get that. Silver teaspoon containing tiny dab of meat-flavored ice cream? You can get that (but can't keep the teaspoon). Giant pile of pretention, drenched with arrogance, topped with a fundamental inability to understand cookery and garnished with a four-digit bill? They have that, too -- actually, it's compulsory.

It's still part of what makes Chicago great, though.

Re:Moto's is always doing this crap. (1)

jxyama (821091) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561514)

>Look, it's not sushi, if you RTFA you'll see it's a novelty item printed with sushi designs on the outside -- it's not supposed to even look like sushi.

of course not, did you think you could print sushi? i mean, when /. summarizes that "Darl McBride eats shit," do we really mean that (even if we want it to be true)? :P

Nothing new (1)

should_be_linear (779431) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561268)

McDonalds always had far better food printed on paper then actual.

Paper jam? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561298)

Now if you could print jam on the paper you would get a whole new definition for the phrase 'paper jam'

Beam me up, Cantu (2, Interesting)

johnmeier1 (261752) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561335)

>The 3-D printer could function as a cooking device, creating silicone molds for pill-sized dishes flavored, say, like watermelon, bacon and eggs or even beef Bourguignon, he said, and he could also make edible molds out of cornstarch.

Is he trying to create the mythic Replicator from Star Trek?

-johnmeier

Wake me up and... (1)

zobier (585066) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561343)

Let me know when I can get a desktop printer that prints out the entire roll.

smelly soybean (2, Insightful)

stel (781591) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561370)

Leave it to the US to take something thats been perfected over the course of a couple hundred years, and destroy it in the length of an article. I get the whole gimmick thingie, and the fact that you can 'now' eat stuff you normally wouldn't (edible underwear)but whats the friggin point. Sushi is supposed to be simple, quick, fresh, easy and healthy. I just don't see the point in all this???

Pr0n (2, Insightful)

myom (642275) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561390)

This of course will get its breakthrough (as with VHS, Internet, DVD, P2P) when pornn pics can be printed with flavour.

paper carbs (1)

acklogic (844153) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561392)

do we have to count paper carbs too now? or is it back to fiber intakes?

More on Matrix-Jet Printing (1)

VernonNemitz (581327) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561403)

The magazine Popular Science [popsci.com] has an article this month about how printing technology is starting to get for making everything from microcircuits to houses [popsci.com] .

Excuses... (1)

kmartshopper (836454) | more than 9 years ago | (#11561458)

I guess you can really say your dog ate your homework now.

Ok WiseGuy (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561459)

Print me up a nice Angus Steak !

Bah!

The one-liners jus write themselves (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#11561484)

In the words of Hank Williams Jr. "Won't you all please fax me a beer."
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