It seems like a glimpse of the future, but the thought of printing food is soon becoming a reality. 3-D Printers are being created which generate food from “edible inks” and blueprints. The food printers use multiple different cartridges in which they print line by line to create the desired item. The ink cartridges consist of liquefied food, which is printed through a syringe. The use of 3-D food printers could assist with restaurants, and even home users to create healthier foods with less effort.
Overall I think it is an interesting invention, and it could change the way we cook in the future. I believe that new technology like this could pose some possible security risks. Such as malicious users exploiting the printers, and making the printed food inedible. It could also open more security vulnerabilities once it is used in the common household, or if it is network compatible.