This food replicator can make dinner in under a minute

Genie, a food “replicator” is being launched in 2016 initially via coffee shops, hotels and offices in Israel and Australia to allow preservative-and-stabiliser-free freeze-dried meals to be cooked anywhere that lacks a kitchen. Developed by Israeli entrepreneurs Ayelet Carasso and Doron Marco from White Innovation company, the device uses a mobile app to operate.The chef-designed cartridge meals, including couscous and vegetables, chicken with rice, and ramen, are made with only natural ingredients and have a shelf life of up to two years. What brings them back to life is the desktop cooker that uses three forms of heating, multiple motors, and up to four connected bottles of liquid, such as water, oil, milk and alcohol, whose proportions are customised for each dish.