Lissa Koojiman has found a way to slow eating patterns, and it is illuminating. The Eetmeet plate is designed to ensure eating is never too speedy.
The Eetmeet plate by Lissa Koojiman is made to recognize when a bite is taken, it then illuminates and stays on for a set amount of time. The idea is that you don’t take another bite until the lights turn off. Lissa Koojiman made the plate in hopes people will slow down, eat less, and consider what they are eating.
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