»Cantu’s kitchen pyrotechnics are revealed as explorations of possible answers to a very simple question: What is food? And if the cuisine at Moto, his „molecular tasting lab,“ can be described as postmodern, Cantu himself has little time for gastro-academic posing. He’s driven by a techno-utopian vision of decentralized food in which the world’s ever-growing appetites are met by a radical transformation of agriculture itself — and it all begins in our kitchens.
„Make enough food for everyone. That’s the end game,“ says Cantu. „And to get there, we have to start thinking a little crazier about what food is.«
Read on wired.com’s talk with Cantu about his tastes and vision