Artists Miriam Simun and Miriam Songster developed a device that mimics the act of eating. They created the device to let people imagine how it would feel when certain types of food can’t be produced anymore because of environmental disaster. … GhostFood
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.
Assistant professor Takayuki Kosaka created a game that teaches kids to eat (and like) vegetables. In his game carrots, green peppers and tomatoes are bullets, that the player uses to save the city from giant vegetables. When they run out of ammo, they must put down their gun, eat the matching food and smile into a camera placed on the gun (in order to associate eating vegetables with the positive feelings of smiling). Only after performing these steps, the game will resume. … food practice shooter
The Prep Pad is a digital scale that not only weighs your ingredients, but also provides you with nutritional information about your meals via an iOS app, called Countertop. The app compares your meal with suggested protein, carb and fat levels and it also remembers your previous meals to determine whether you’re having balanced meals. … Prep Pad
According to decide whether we will ever be willing to eat meat from the lab, Next Nature thinks we first have to get a little creative and explore this world of in-vitro meat. So in order to provoke this discussion about the future of meat, a cookbook from which you cannot cook was created. … a cookbook from which you cannot cook
These transparent lollypops (called Fruitsiqles) contain soft and fresh fruit and are homemade by the three sisters behind the Lovelies brand. They’ve found a way to save the taste and structural properties of the fruit within the sweets, so that we can now enjoy the freshness of fruit in combination with … Too beautiful to eat
Have you ever eaten coffee? Or ice cream that doesn’t melt? Now you can. WikiFood serves food with an edible, all natural skin in their WikiBar in Paris. Their WikiPearls are not only good for you, but also good for our planet, since plastic wrappers are eliminated from the food and beverage that’s now packed with these pearls. … WikiPearls