A new generation of superfoods is making headlines.
But can they be made by home cooks?
The answer is yes, according to researchers from the University of Iowa, Iowa State University, and the Iowa Food Innovation Center.
In their recent paper published in the journal Applied Physics Letters, they describe a system that turns a standard refrigerator into a fridge-sized appliance.
The researchers tested their invention at a supermarket in Iowa City.
It was a challenging experiment, they said, but it was also the first time home cooks have been able to use a small-scale fridge to make an item that can be consumed anywhere in the world.
The concept of a superfood is a new concept in food production, and home cooks who have a taste for such things are increasingly demanding new options.
It’s not that home cooks don’t have the potential for such an item.
It just takes time and patience.
The new home-delivery delivery service, for example, allows people to order food from a restaurant, pick it up and pick it back up again.
Home cooks, however, have struggled to create food that meets the needs of such a growing population, said study co-author Amy Bohnert, an assistant professor of food science and engineering at the Iowa State Department of Agriculture.
The refrigerators they tested are meant to be used for a variety of tasks.
A fridge-size refrigerator is meant to serve as a refrigerator-size freezer.
In a traditional refrigerator, it can hold about a gallon of liquid.
In the new refrigerator, the capacity is about six gallons.
A superfood can hold more liquid, so the refrigerator-sized refrigerator can hold even more.
That can help the food stay cold longer, for instance, or help the refrigerated food to be delivered more quickly.
The food can be delivered from the home to a restaurant.
Home cookers are often concerned about the health and safety of their food, Bohnet said.
They worry about storing their food in a refrigerator that’s getting cold and can’t handle it.
A superfood will provide that kind of protection.
Bohnert’s lab has been working on this kind of food safety solution for some time.
In 2011, she and a colleague created a super-efficient, food-grade refrigerator that was used in a range of applications.
The fridge has a capacity of more than two gallons and is powered by electricity.
Its main benefit, however was to reduce waste, Bussert said.
The researchers have been testing a refrigerator version of this system in the lab for about a year.
They recently tested the refrigerator in a home kitchen and found that it works well.
They also tested a refrigerated version in the home kitchen, and it worked fine.
The lab also tested the refrigerators in a food service center.
The kitchen kitchen served a range and variety of dishes and showed no sign of overheating.
The refrigerator worked well.
The refrigerator is a useful technology that can help a lot of people, Bosenert said, because it reduces the amount of wasted food that goes into a refrigerator, which can add to the food waste that occurs when people throw out food that’s too fresh, too dry, too salty or too acidic.
In the future, she said, superfood products could be sold as a supplement to refrigerators, as an ingredient in food or drinks, or even as a substitute for meat.
Bose’s superfood has been tested in a laboratory.
The scientists have been waiting for Bose’s team to take a final step before commercializing the product, she added.
They have also been waiting on the Food and Drug Administration to approve the technology.
The FDA is expected to approve Bose superfood sometime this summer.
Boswell and her team are in talks with Boswell Foods, the company that makes the popular Bose Ultra Premium line of super foods, to begin testing the new product in the field.
Boswell has been testing superfood ingredients on a range, including Bose, for the past decade.
Bostons superfood was originally developed in Europe for the health industry.
In 2017, Boswell released the first commercial version of the product that had a lower calorie count and higher nutrient content.
It is now sold in Europe, Japan, the U.K. and Canada.