Slow-Mo Video: How Food is Eaten
Saveur assistant editor Anna Stockwell is a woman of many talents — she cooked a whole goose last year —...
Saveur assistant editor Anna Stockwell is a woman of many talents — she cooked a whole goose last year — but when we brought the Phantom v642 super-slow-motion super-camera over to the Saveur office, she was on her lunch break. So we just captured this footage of her and her apple.
Even ordinary phenomena are fascinating to watch when they’re filmed at 1,000 frames per second!
This one reminds us for some reason of a wildlife documentary.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of our great stories this week:
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- Industrial Food Machine of the Day: Slicing Your Breakfast Pastry With a Water Jet
- The Canning Jar: Ultra-Versatile Tool of the Modern Kitchen
- FYI: What Is Espresso?
- Six Food Experts Tell Us Their Favorite Food-Related Apps
- How a Lab of College Students Invented the World’s Best Home Blast-Chiller
- FYI: Why Does Scotch Smell Like Band-Aids?
- How Science Measures Food: Cheese Stretchiness, Radiation in Bananas, and More
- PopSci Q&A: How the Rheon Machine Stuffs Any Food Into Any Other Food
- This Is the Food We’ll Eat on Mars
- How To Make Your Own Home Drink Carbonation System
Have a great weekend everyone!