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If Scientists Can Do To Salad What They Just Did To 'Virtual Lemonade,' We're Golden

APRIL 1, 2017  —  By Sarah Gzemski  
Sarah Gzemski

Sarah Gzemski

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in Arizona, the land of beautiful winters.

Have you ever sat around on your computer just wishing someone would send you some food?

I know I have basically every day. The crazy thing is that scientists are now working to make all of your dreams come true. They're not starting with food, though. Instead, it's drinks and other cocktails, and lemonade was their first project. Compared with other drinks, lemonade has a unique taste but a relatively simple flavor profile, so it was a perfect candidate to send through the internet. Ladies and gents, meet "virtual lemonade."

Check out this video, which explains the entire process. If they could work on making carrots taste like chocolate, that'd be great.

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Youtube / New Scientist

(via IFLScience)

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These scientists still have a lot of work to do before we can all be drinking virtual strawberry daiquiris, but I'm definitely here for it. Would you drink a virtual cocktail? Share with your friends and let us know in the comments below!

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