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#26 2004-12-20 23:19:16

Commodore
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Re: Gourmet Cooking en route to Mars

I'm not sure I could go without some sort of fresh meat.

Theres got to be an animal that can provide a fair amount of meat without a huge amount of logistics.

Rabits maybe.


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#27 2004-12-21 06:16:25

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Re: Gourmet Cooking en route to Mars

Yup that would be part of the logistics of going from research and science to be a colony that is self suffiecient.

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#28 2004-12-21 08:26:43

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Re: Gourmet Cooking en route to Mars

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#29 2006-03-23 05:06:26

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#30 2020-01-12 18:25:11

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Re: Gourmet Cooking en route to Mars

Blast from the past on cooking.

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#31 2020-01-12 19:56:10

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Re: Gourmet Cooking en route to Mars

To bring it up to date...the robot chef:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6_LCwu7dOg

I think this is definitely the way forward for Mars where cheap kitchen labour will not be available.

You'll be able to go into a robot restaurant,  order (and pay for) your robot-meal and have it served at your table by robots. The robots will remove the dishes and wash them up. Maybe there will be one or two humans in overall supervision  in the fancier restaurants as we may still value the human interaction.

I expect such systems could also incorporate health checks to ensure no food poisoning occurs.


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