These Food Containers are Made with Potato Starch and Edible Inks

By: Misel Saban - Sep 16, 2015
References: kickstarter & eater
The Do Eat food containers are a set of edible dishware that can be digest after use. The products are designed by two Belgians and they are made using potato starch and edible ink making them entirely safe to consume. These edible dishes could potentially revolutionize how we enjoy our food by cutting down on waste and clean-up afterwards.

The Do Eat products are essentially squares of foldable material made from potato starch that can be arranged to create bowls and plates. The environmentally friendly items can be used for cooking even in high temperatures such as an oven or even a deep-fryer. If you're curious about how the material tastes, apparently it gives off a neutral flavor making it ideal to pair with other foods without compromising the taste. The material is also gluten-free.