Wait, what? You can print your own food now? Real food? Like a Star Trek replicator? Well, it’s not yet a replicator levels but this is a first time that we are combining 3D printers and food in a useful way. If we can print plastic, jewelry, toys then why not also food, right? What you need to do is take the fresh ingredient, prepare them (cook if necessary, blend) , put them into special capsules, load these capsules into Foodini and start printing. After some short time you will have your own printed meal that can be eaten (or cooked, depends on ingredients).