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  • 2018-03-27T10:13:36
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  • The same technology that keeps soldiers' meals edible for weeks now lines your pantry shelves. For most of us, eggs are perfect packets of portable protein, and pizza is the lazy option for dinner. For the research team at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Systems Center, pizza and eggs are two of the most nightmarish food-science challenges of the last 50 years—but the struggle to perfect such dishes for the military has shaped civilian meals, too. Join us this episode as we venture into the Willy Wonka–style labs where the U.S. Army is developing the rations of the future, and then take a trip to the supermarket with the author Anastacia Marx de Salcedo to see how military R&D has made much of the food on our grocery-store shelves longer-lasting, more portable, and convenient—and, yes, more highly processed, too.
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  • 2018-03-27T15:52:28
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