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April 2, 2016

Edible Cutlery


What took so long?

From Reviewed.com:


Made from a combination of millet, rice, and wheat, Bakeys are said to work just fine with hot food — and the utensils don't get soggy, even in water.

Spoons are sturdy enough to get through a serving of hot soup without coming apart.

Not only will the cutlery decompose naturally within four to five days, but it's also edible and even nutritious.

The utensils are offered in sweet, savory, or plain flavors.

Certifications include vegan, preservative-free, trans fat–free, dairy-free, and fair trade.


100 spoons in your choice of flavors: $15 ($10 + $5 shipping to the U.S.).


Note added Sunday, April 3, 2016 at 8:51 p.m.:

"... Mugaritz, a two-Michelin-star establishment in northern Spain that is known for such whimsical experiments as edible cutlery." [via the New Yorker]

April 2, 2016 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


I wonder if Dogs might find them tasty/chewable too.

Posted by: JoePeach | Apr 2, 2016 12:45:25 PM

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