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Laser cooling would be interesting, but given the way it works I don't see how it could be used on solid, chemically-complex objects like food. At least not in the immediate future. You have an awful lot of different molecule types in a piece of food. Getting a laser or series of lasers tuned to each type of molecule would be challenging. The fact that food is opaque and dense would likely be another problem.