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To serve man burritos

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The Burritob0t food printer is a project designed to explore questions regarding the food industry. And it makes a killer burrito. [Read more]...
To serve man burritos
Engineering deliciousness in the junk food industry

Burritob0t hands-on (video)

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ITP, or the Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU churns out some of the most reliably interesting tech-centric artists in the world. Every so often, the school opens its doors to the public and the press and, of course, we jumped at the...
Burritob0t hands-on (video)

DailyDirt: Making Murderless Meat

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The food industry has a growing number of problems, ranging from food labeling to determining what ingredients are actually considered safe to eat. One of the oldest issues people have brought up about food is whether or not to eat meat. It's a serious question, but the answers aren't so...
DailyDirt: Making Murderless Meat

Hampton Creek Foods Shows Off Its Egg-Less Scrambled Eggs

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Hampton Creek Foods, a food tech startup backed by Khosla Ventures and Founders Fund, is getting ready to expand beyond its initial product Beyond Eggs — though it’s not leaving eggs behind entirely. The company recently released the YouTube video embedded below, which gives a brief glimpse of its upcoming scrambled...
Hampton Creek Foods Shows Off Its Egg-Less Scrambled Eggs

Roy Yamaguchi And Dave McClure Talk Food Tech At 500 Startups [TCTV]

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Last week, incubator and early-stage investment firm 500 Startups hosted an event it called “Aloha Friday”, where food startups and other friends of the firm ate meals prepared by famous Hawaiian chef Roy Yamaguchi (founder of Roy’s). 500 Startups founder Dave McClure admitted that the event was mostly an...
Roy Yamaguchi And Dave McClure Talk Food Tech At 500 Startups [TCTV]

Japan's CyberAgent puts dough into iCook.tw, closing its first deal since landing in Taiwan

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We recently looked at the up-and-coming online food delivery space in Asia and another hot startup area — food-related social services — is picking up in the continent. That’s evidenced by a move from CyberAgent Ventures, the VC arm of the Japanese firm, to invest in iCook.tw, Taiwan’s largest recipe-themed social network. CyberAgent...
Japan's CyberAgent puts dough into iCook.tw, closing its first deal since landing in Taiwan

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?
Software Eats Meat: AgLocal Disrupts The Food Industry From Farmer To Fork, Launches In NYC With 20 Celeb Chefs On Board

DailyDirt: Watching Our Weight...

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One of the most common new year's resolutions is to try to lose weight and stick to a diet in the coming year. It's an especially obvious resolution to make after eating way too much at family gatherings. Here are just a few links on the topic of eating too...
DailyDirt: Watching Our Weight...

DailyDirt: Fast Food, Faster!

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The fast food industry is always trying to be more efficient about its services. There have been lots of different ways to accomplish quicker fast food, and adding technology to the restaurant recipe sometimes works, but oftentimes doesn't (eg. uWink Bistros). Here are just a few examples for getting your...
DailyDirt: Fast Food, Faster!

Square, the mobile payment start-up firm, sets its sights on the food industry

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Among those quickest to embrace the funny, square-shaped credit card readers poking out from the top of smartphones or iPads has been small restaurateurs, food truck operators and other food businesses. Read full article >>...
Square, the mobile payment start-up firm, sets its sights on the food industry

The 404 1,165: Where we roll into flavor town (podcast)

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Guy Fieri is without a doubt the Nickelback of the food industry, but does his Times Square restaurant deserve so much hate? The New York Times thinks so, and The 404 agrees. [Read more]...
The 404 1,165: Where we roll into flavor town (podcast)
Uber Providing On Demand BBQ To SXSW Attendees

Pushed to Lower Salt Use, Food Industry Pushes Back - NYTimes.com

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Pushed to Lower Salt Use, Food Industry Pushes Back - NYTimes.com

LoveYourLarder Serves Up Revenue Share To Food Bloggers And Recipe Sites

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LoveYourLarder, which wants to be the UK “Etsy for foodies”, has launched a revenue share scheme for publishers so that they can earn money by linking to relevant products, thus supporting the smaller independent food producers that the company works with. Soft-launched in late 2010, LoveYourLarder can perhaps be best...
LoveYourLarder Serves Up Revenue Share To Food Bloggers And Recipe Sites
AWS is the McDonald's of the cloud. Who's the Burger King?
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Building a Company in Austin
Nathan Myhrvold to Microsoft alumni: 'We participated in one of the most beneficial revolutions in human history'
Funding Daily: Thanksgiving leftovers

DailyDirt: Engineering The Perfect Taste

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We know it's not good for us, but why are we so addicted to processed foods? Part of it is related to convenience, but perhaps the real reason is because processed foods taste good -- that is, if you like a lot of sugar, salt, and fat. As much as...
DailyDirt: Engineering The Perfect Taste
Backed By Guitar Hero Co-founder & Others, Zipongo Is Building The Mint.com For Healthy Living

The Internet Hasn't Finished Changing Your Life. Five More Changes Are Coming Soon

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Cloud computing has already changed a lot of things in your life and we're only at the beginning. It's already changed the way we share photos (remember mailing pictures?), how we navigate in our cars (remember street maps?) how we work (remember 9 to 5 in the office?) and so...
The Internet Hasn't Finished Changing Your Life. Five More Changes Are Coming Soon
The complex and fickle science of taste

In Silicon Valley's Kitchen

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Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley funneled about $350 million into food projects last year, and their ultimate goal is to transform the food industry....
In Silicon Valley's Kitchen
Two years in, here's how Baublebar is increasing women's metabolism for jewelry

Best Tech Events This Week (Beyond Beta, NY Tech Meetup, PandoMonthly with Dennis Crowley, Music Tech, Film Hackathon, Investor Feedback Forum)

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This is a guest post from Gary Sharma (aka “The Guy with the Red Tie”), founder and CEO of Gary’s Guide and proud owner of a whole bunch of black suits, white shirts and, at last count, over 40 red ties. You can reach him at gary [at] garysguide.com. Last...
Best Tech Events This Week (Beyond Beta, NY Tech Meetup, PandoMonthly with Dennis Crowley, Music Tech, Film Hackathon, Investor Feedback Forum)

Meet The Mysterious Cheesemonger Behind The Quotable Fromage

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        Yesterday we brought you the unexpected discovery of a James Patterson quotation on a block of mimolette cheese at Chelsea's Westside Market. Intrigued, we ventured to the store in search of the mind behind the rind. And there we discovered Peter "The Doctor" Daniels, a seven-year cheese man of...
Meet The Mysterious Cheesemonger Behind The Quotable Fromage
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