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Innopolis Translated the Recipe for Olivier Salad into Binary Code
14.01.2021 17:28
Innopolis Translated the Recipe for Olivier Salad into Binary Code
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The residents of Innopolis have identified the ideal recipe for Olivier salad using artificial intelligence. The text is planned to be recorded on the blockchain to preserve the cooking technology for future generations. The researchers dumped all the recipes on the web and found the median amount for each ingredient. According to the results obtained, for an ideal salad following Soviet traditions, you will need: 4 potatoes, 2 carrots, 4 eggs, 5 pickled cucumbers, 325 g sausage, 450 g pickled peas, and 200 g of homemade mayonnaise. In addition to the list of products, the technology of preparation is also important. Therefore, they have developed instructions for the recipe that the descendants can use. Laser cutting, desiccators, androids and other tools that are used in science today will be common in everyday life in the late 20's, a representative of the special economic zone says.
      Instructions for making Olivier salad from Innopolis are the following:
      Order the ingredients for the rover to bring; Boil eggs, potatoes and carrots in a heat-resistant desiccator; Grind all ingredients using laser cutting; Use plant-based sausages (such as Beyond Meat) instead of regular sausages; Do not forget to salt, or rather use a little ribotide; If there is no time, instruct your home android to make Olivier. However, in 10-20 years we will hardly be cooking ourselves. Therefore, we have translated the recipe for Olivier into binary code: it will be enough to load it into the operating memory of the home android, and it will prepare the perfect Olivier itself, the representatives of Innopolis explained.
      
      
      

Sources: https://rb.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: New Year Russian cuisine    

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