IKEA's innovation lab — Space10, embraces culinary innovation with the release of its futurist cookbook. The publication is quite informative for individuals who want to stay on the cutting-edge of the food industry and it will surely stun readers with two dozen or so of recipes that essentially constitute the food of the future — from the provocatively named 'Non-Avocado Toast' to the curiosity-spiking 'Swedish Neatballs.'
The futurist cookbook is designed in collaboration with Copenhagen-based studio Barkas. The content focuses on innovative ingredients like insects, spirulina — "a blue-green edible algae," mealworms and more. In addition, the futurist cookbook also spotlights some innovation in the urban farming realm with tips on DIY hydroponics stations for microgreens and ways to "grow mushrooms out of coffee grounds."
Photo Credits: Kasper Kristoffersen/ Space10