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  • 01/02/2015 • Food Culture

    Why did the chicken cross the world?

    Why did the chicken cross the world? That is the question that journalist Andrew Lawler tries to answer in his new book with the same name. In the book Andrew takes you on a journey from the start of the chicken in southeast Asia over...

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  • 01/02/2015 • Art & Design

    Living Food

    Living Food is an art and design project by Min Su Kim, the project explores what could be possible if synthetic biology and food would meet. What she has created are dishes where the food behaves as living creatures. This is a really...

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  • 01/01/2015 • Ingredients

    How rice paper is made

    I’ve used rice paper many times but never really thought much about on how rice paper is made. This video shows how it is done in a semi industrial way, I must say it look pretty cool. The dough looks almost scary slimy but the speed...

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  • 01/01/2015 • Ingredients

    Innocent Ice Pops

    Innocent Ice Pops is a company making ice pops the right way, well the right way if you’re vegan, try to stay away from sugar and fat and enjoy ice pops. Innocent Ice Pops are available in New York and the pops comes in some unusual...

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  • 12/31/2014 • Art & Design

    Chef tattoos for cowards – Temporary Tattoos with vegetables

    Chef Tattoos, all cool chefs have them nowadays, would you want to look as cool as your favourite hipster chef but don’t want to look like that forever? Then these chef tattoos are for you, keep reading. Want to look like one of the...

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  • 12/30/2014 • Food Culture

    TED on farming – A great TED Talk on sustainable farming

    Don’t miss this great TED on farming talk by Paul Greive, he tells us how it is possible to farm both succesfully and sustainable, worth a watch. TED talks are a good way to spend time when you’re feeling uninspired but would like...

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  • 12/29/2014 • Food Culture

    How to scramble an egg in the shell

    By taking a look at the number of views for this video on Youtube you might have seen this one before. It’s a short clip on how you can scramble and egg in the shell. Cool trick although I’m not really sure what you are suppose to do...

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  • 12/29/2014 • Ingredients

    2015 Food Trends – 9 Food Trends that will happen in 2015

    2015 Food Trends – 9 Food Trends that will happen in 2015, that is our predictions of what will be happening in the food world in 2015. Read it and see if you agree. So the year have almost come to it’s end and it’s time to...

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  • 12/29/2014 • Art & Design

    See through toaster is now for real!

    A see through toaster, so weird that this haven’t been invented years ago, check it out. A see through toaster! Apparently designer Chaya Harntaweewongsa of PLERN Studio got sick of burning his toast and decided that enough was...

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  • 12/29/2014 • Art & Design

    Tableware made of concrete – Cool Concrete Tableware

    Concrete tableware is the latest thing on my wishlist. Just take a look at these amazing plates are made of concrete that is a part of the collection Concrete Tableware created by designer Alessia Giardino. But these are not simply...

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