This lamps looks good enough to eat. No, really: it's made from a biodegradable plastic derived from vegetable glycerin and agar, which means that when it reaches the end of its natural life you can actually chow down on it.
This is the first edible cookbook in the world. It's such a great idea! A cookbook that you can actually cook and eat! One that ends as a lasagna! Can the world get any better? CAN IT? No, no it can't.
The chefs at Alinea, very probably the best restaurant in Chicago, have cooked up a super fun dish that'll brighten up any dinner table: an edible helium balloon. Yep, the entire balloon is edible, right down to the string which is "obviously dehydrated apple". The ballon is filled with helium and you can either pop…
Since the price of gold is like a bazillion dollars these days, I want to surround myself with as much of it as I can. So that means even fake gold, like this weird ass edible gold paint you spray on food to get flossy, is good with me.
Here's an idea I can get behind. Edible crayons! Luxirare created a box of eight colors (flavors?), using household ingredients such as nuts, sesame seeds and melted marshmallow for the white crayon.
Still frustrated with the inability to devour your very own cellphone because it could damage your mouth and not taste very nice? Allow this marzipan cellphone to relieve your woes. This Blackberry looking phone is constructed from 100 grams of marzipan from Lübeck marzipan legend J.G. Niederegger. At least you…
Tired of passing rock-hard nodules of compressed petroleum by-products? Try noshing on edible plastic instead. Plantic, a plant-based plastic, tastes like state bread yet is wonderful with some fava beans, a nice salad, and a bottle... wait, what do you drink with plastic? Red? White?