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 — 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.

You can check out more slow-motion Phantom videos here. This one and this one might be particularly pertinent to Food Tech Week.

Thanks, Anna!

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