(gasping) – Taco! (gasping) No way, nope, no. – What? – Goodbye. – What do you mean “goodbye?” – Move on to the next dish. – Let’s go.
– Wait, wait, wait, wait. (upbeat music) – Hello! – Hi! – Who are you? – My name is Phoebe. – Phoebe, what do you think the future is going to look like? – People are gonna ride on air jets. – A lot of carbon dioxide in the sky. – It will melt the icebergs or whatever. The icecaps. And then it will be covered in water. – It’s probably bad for Santa. ‘Cause his home is melting. – In the future, when
the planet is really hot, and everything is covered
in water, how are we going to feed ourselves? – Hmm. How are we? – The food will be all artificial. Gonna be really small. Like tablets. – So you are trying foods from the future. (gasping) – Open your eyes. – A sandwich. – A future sandwich. – It’s like a salad sandwich. (slurping) – What’s this thing? – That’s algae. – Goodbye. – This is an algae sandwich. It’s what we’re calling a “D.L.T.” (crunching) (whining) Do you know what the “D” stands for? – Something fishy. – It is Dulse, which is a kind of seaweed. (crunching) – Tastes like B.L.T. – It’s packed with vitamins and minerals. It can grow almost anywhere. Are you just eating the bread? – Even the bread tastes weird. – Hm? (gasping) Tacos! No way. Goodbye. – I almost touched it. It’s very scary. (crunching) – Hmm. That’s kind of spicy. (crunching) (gagging) – What if I told you, you
could only eat crickets in the future? – I would not eat anything and die. (crunching) – Don’t get much of that cricket
flavor with the lime on it. – Insects like crickets are
great for future food because? – Because they’re easy and sustainable. – Yeah, Fletcher! – What meat is this? Or is it meat? (smacking) Mm! (gasping) Oh! This is gonna be yummy. (crunching) – Mm. – Mm. That’s good. – So what are you eating right now? – Chicken. – Wrong. – What is it? (laughing) You are eating a jackfruit
pulled pork sandwich. – Well, still tasty. – This would be really good on that taco. – Mm, mm! Not my favorite but not terrifying. I wish I could peek. (clanking) – All right, open your eyes. – What is this? Is that a–okay, what is it? – Is that jellyfish or whale? – This is an edible water bubble. (laughing) – That’s cool. – It’s water! – It is? – This is future water. That is sodium alginate,
that’s made from brown algae, that holds the water inside. (splattering) – It’s water. (laughing) – Eh. – It’s–
(splashing) (laughing) – Oh, it’s a little water sacks. (burping) I’m choked on something. It’s hard to, really hard to explain. Like, it’s kind of like a plain jello. – It’s a blob though. Why can’t you just drink
water then eat a blob? – So this is like a
sustainable alternative to a plastic water bottle. – Where did you get it? – So we made those. What do you have to say to
the people about the future? – We could stop global warming. We couldn’t stop it now
because we already started it but we could slow it. – Do you feel hopeful
towards our future or scared? – Scared. We have to eat crickets. – Thank you for watching. Bye! – See you in the future! – Okay.