We love bread with good olive oil and sea salt…
These are the coolest popsicles we’ve ever seen! Designer Davis Marx wanted to change the boring popsicle shapes and created the world’s first molecular popsicle.
For this invention three years of development with university scientists, a Michelin three-star chef, and a manufacturer of industrial nitrogen machinery was necessary. The goal: completely reinventing the form, function, and flavor of freezer pops. … The coolest popsicles ever
The glutenfree section in our stores is expanding. That makes sense, because of the growing group of gluten intolerant people all over the world. But as far as we can see, this section is full with prepacked, processed and untasty alternatives for the real deal, with the most horrific of them all, glutenfree bread.
But maybe this will all change soon, with Rightbread taking over the world. Rightbread is gluten free, vegan and seems to be pretty tasty (we haven’t tried it, yet). Besides, Rightbread is low in carbs and high in proteins and fibers. Rightbread is made of chiaseeds, soy flour, ground almonds and some other healthy ingredients.
Last week we found an exciting package in our mailbox. Coffee Cubes from Poland. The producer Milla Cubes Polska asked us to try their new product and tell them what we think.
Well, we love new products so we tried it right away!
It are cubes made off instant coffee, panela (an unrefined cane sugar) and some added flavors. Boil water or milk and whisk the cubes untill they are solved for a homemade hot treat.
Good looking design and a refreshing rectangular shape the instant coffee is presented in.
The producer still has some work to do with optimizing the flavor (this is a little to sweet for us) and making it solve faster in the hot milk or water. Get rid of the artificial flavors too and we think this will be an great new way of drinking coffee!
more info on: www.millacubes.com
Feedie is an app that transforms food photos (which are shared online in large numbers) into actual food for disadvantaged children in South Africa. Every time one takes a photo of a meal enjoyed in one of the participating restaurants, the restaurant donates money to the value of one meal to the Lunchbox Fund, who in their turn provide food for hungry children.