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Chile nails nutrition by 3D printing food for kids!

A professor from the College of Chile has begun 3D printing meals to encourage nutritious consuming amongst youngsters.

 

Cochayuyo (pronounced “cotch-a-you-yo”) has a protracted historical past in southern Chilean delicacies. Archaeologists found dry stays of the wild seaweed in 14,000-year outdated fireplaces at Monte Verde, a South American archaeological web site on the tentative UNESCO world heritage record.

The superfood is wealthy in amino acids, minerals and iodine, and though now not obligatory for its nutrient qualities, continues to be harvested, used for household recipes, and the nation exports the dried seaweed to Taiwan.

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