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A meal at the Alchemist will include light shows and social commentary
Fish-eye nigiri will highlight the problem of waste in fish farming.

When experts forecast the future of food, they emphasize “fast.” And “casual.” The modernist Danish chef Rasmus Munk rejects those trends. At his soon-to-open Copenhagen restaurant, Alchemist 2.0, Munk will prepare a dinner that can stretch as long as six hours. He’ll serve 50 courses, five times as many as most ambitious tasting menus, as he

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