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Bake.A.Dish creates dinnerware made of bread and biscuits that can be eaten as part of the meal.
Here’s an oven that bakes edible bowls with your dinner.
The worst thing about home cooking is undoubtedly having to do the washing up after your meal, but what if you could design edible bowls to serve your food in?
Iranian designer Saeed Rahiminejad has come up with a smart oven with a difference.
Not one for those on carb-free diets, Bake.A.Dish creates dinnerware made of bread and biscuits that can be eaten as part of the meal.
The dishes can be customised using a mobile app so that the size and shape of the tableware can be altered.
Users can even control the thickness of the bread and the amount of calories in their overall dish, in addition to choosing the amount of fibre and carbohydrates within the recipe.
As well as saving on hot water bills for the dishwasher, the oven is also solar powered, making it a thoroughly eco-friendly option.
The concept was shortlisted for the first stage of the 2014 Electrolux Design Lab competition, which called for products, accessories and services for “creating healthy homes,” with a focus on “culinary enjoyment, fabric care and air purification”.
Home appliance company Electrolux holds the competition annually, with a different theme each year and applicants to develop their concepts throughout the process.
The public voting for stage two of the competition opens on June 16, with the final winner announced in October. Cast your vote at: electroluxdesignlab.com. – AFP Relaxnews
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