This DIY vegetable stacking game devised by the Handmade Charlotte blog offers a fun Jenga alternative that's more affordable—and edible too.
Using vegetables that are naturally long like carrots and radishes, all you'd need to do is cut up a few veggies into rectangular shapes to make this game at home. Unlike the perfect smoothness of a Jenga block, DIY vegetable game offers more of a challenge from the irregularity of the vegetables.
The best part about the game is that after it's been prepared and played with, the vegetable sticks can be eaten as a snack, leaving no waste behind. For more of a challenge, you could even try with smaller vegetable sticks and experiment with which veggies build the best towers.
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