Liquid festive feast: Scientists create Christmas dinner in a glass

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Food scientists have created a liquid festive feast.

The drink – which is just 294 calories – includes turkey gel, potato-infused foam and cranberry air, the Daily Record newspaper reports.

Dr. Rachel Edward-Stuart created the drink in partnership with bookmakers William Hill, as the ideal nutritional meal for a jockey competing in the William Hill Winter Festival at Kempton Park Racecourse, South East England last week.

Jon Ivan-Duke from the bookmakers said: “Christmas is a time when we all want to let ourselves go and enjoy all the different foods on offer but the top jockeys can’t do that.

“Typically jockeys trying to make weight will eat a restricted calorie diet in the run up to a big race, so the traditional Christmas lunch was most definitely off the menu.”

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