So I think it may be unclear that there are 2 pages of fruits and veggies now, so I just want to do an overview of all the scans so far.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Foods
DON'T FORGET THE 'OLDER' BUTTON
TO VIEW THE WHOLE COLLECTION
I'm looking for suggestions on what to scan. Since the MRI needs checking for homogeneity of the field and reconstruction capability and what not, I still always have opportunities to scan interesting things. So I ask you:
Do you know of anything interestingly rare perhaps that could yield pretty results?
I will note that pitted fruits and vegetables (peach, mango, avocado, etc.) tend to be pretty boring...which is sad, but alas, true.
Any suggestions would be fun and helpful, and Ill do what I can to get them done. Many thanks!
p.s. Eggplant is on its way