Best approach to food scanning? Tips for feature + turntable scans?

There are food scans in my Revopoint INSPIRE showcase: pastry, sushi, a bowl of fried rice, fruits, a root vegetable.

Unless you have several cameras or an automated turntable for shooting photogrammetry, structured light will be much faster to shoot.
For objects that have a bottom: at the moment, when merging scans using Revo Scan, you don’t get textures, only vertex colors. If textures are important for you, you should scan everything in a single session and pause mid scan.
This is what I did for this pastry (even though this specific scan isn’t perfect):