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Taste of Tech: Breakfast, Shot from Guns

Reverse engineering puffed rice to make Rice Krispies and other secrets of cereal chemistry from a 105-year-old.

This Taste of Tech post written by Matthew Battles is the fifth in a series exploring the science and technology of food in partnership with Gearfuse. Don't miss last week's post on how to genetically modify your own seed and the police bees that could come after you if you do.

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Taste of Tech: Tangled Webs of Health, Purity, and Processed Food

Walmart's Nutrition Charter is nothing new; industrial food has jumped on food system reforms before, with complicated results.

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Taste of Tech: Teasing out the Sugar in the Genes

What happens when you combine the newly-sequenced cacao genome with breathable chocolate? Fresh Taste of Tech speculations from Gearfuse.

This Taste of Tech post is the first in a series exploring the science and technology of food featuring guest contributions by Matthew Battles. Battles is editor of Gearfuse, a blog about the confluence of science, culture, and technology, where you can read about hacked knitting machines, emerging biomimetic technology, and the extradition chic of Julian Assange, among other things.

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