What would the foodscape look like if - or when - global warming sinks in? With the exception of forward-thinking and plugged-in chefs, it's a question that most of us wouldn't even think of. Even still, the environmental-turned-political debate continues to remain ignored by most.
Ghost Food truck has created a business answering this question for us. The sterile truck, which elicits a lab-like feel, serves up food that replaces harvested, seasonal or temperature-dependent ingredients, like chocolate and peanut butter, with substitutes that are resistant to climate change. In reality, these ingredients alone aren't true to their supposed flavors. However, with the addition of 3-D printed scent masks to the experience, that problem is essentially, er, masked. Read More