Have your plate and eat it too! Mother and industrial design professor at The Universite de Montreal, Diane Bisson, had the idea of inventing an edible plate when she was dropping her son off at school one day. Witnessing heaps of plastic plates in the school garbage, she thought she should do something about it. The result? Edible dinner plates.
While the idea of edible plates is not exactly revolutionary (nacho salsa bowls anyone?) these plates are beautifully shaped, and taste great. She’s working on developing a recepie for a carob-based plate, to subsitute dessert.
Edible Dinner Plates
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