MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, is a technique that uses radio waves to penetrate an object and create layered images of its internal makeup. It is most commonly used for medical purposes, but with a little creativity, can create interesting results with other objects.
MRI technologist Andy Ellison works at the Center for Biomedical Engineering in Boston. He also runs a blog named Inside Insides. On the website, Andy shares MRI scans of various items, mostly fruits and vegetables, with some amazing results.
Looks more like a Kaleidoscope than something we eat. Quite hypnotic images.