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Somebody these days requested a chief chef in Sweden, “Do you on a regular basis ought to type your private meals?” He answered, “Not as long as I’ve cooked it myself.”
From that easy question received right here a dozen additional questions: “Can cooks put together dinner collectively with out direct communication? And what if all actions inside the cooking course of are direct reactions to totally different chef’s alternatives?” Out of a quest to answer these questions, the Collaborative Cooking Challenge was born.
Petter Johansson of PJADAD, Christian Isberg, Carl Berglöf, and Lasse Korsgaard are questioning typical cooking methods and asking what meals could be like if it have been additional about experimentation vs. customized, and if new know-how could also be used to revitalize cooking. Sparking a model new dialogue spherical cooking, they’ve created a Collaborative Cooking Machine that lives on-line and could also be accessed anyplace on the planet.
Primarily, the machine permits 5 completely totally different cooks to organize dinner collectively and interact in a digital dialogue, whatever the place they’re. They choose the elements (as a lot as 35), heat, stirring, after which perform the exact cooking course of collectively. When one participant performs an movement, a lamp lights up and a receipt is printed, creating an archive of steps that’s saved bodily and digitally. This makes it simple for anyone to recreate the tactic. One cooking session can last for 10 to twenty hours, and results in a dialogue about meals that’s documented together with the last word dish that’s capable of be served.
See the machine in movement: