How to make an edible water "bottle" at home

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We were fascinated when we first came across the Ooho , an edible water “bottle” conceived by three students to reduce plastic waste, and decided to make one of our own. Check out our DIY video and DO try this at home!

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How you can make an edible water “bottle” at home

September 22, 2015 by  
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We were fascinated when we first came across the Ooho , an edible water “bottle” conceived by three students to reduce plastic waste, and decided to make one of our own. Check out our DIY video and DO try this at home! READ MORE >

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How You Can Make an Edible Water “Bottle” at Home!

May 1, 2014 by  
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We were fascinated when we first came across the Ooho, an edible water “bottle” conceived by three students to reduce plastic waste, and decided to make one of our own. Check out our DIY video and DO try this at home! READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: algae water bottle , biodegradable water bottle , calcium lactate , DIY , eco design , edible bubble , edible water bottle , edible water bottle diy , green design , Guillaume Couche , how to make an edible water bottle , Lexus Design Award 2014 , molecular cuisine , molecular gastronomy , Ooho , Ooho water bottle , Pierre Paslier , Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez , sodium alginate , sustainable design , water issues

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Packaging the Future: Edible Wrappers, Containers and Bags (Yum?)

December 5, 2012 by  
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Here at Inhabitat we’ve been hoping for, and advocating, biodegradable packaging for years, but now designer entrepreneurs are thinking even bigger; how about packaging one could actually consume? Turning what was a waste product into something that could actually confer nutrition (and would degrade quickly if uneaten), could make litter a thing of the past. Several companies have been working on edible packaging over the last couple of years, and as the idea moves closer to reality, Time magazine even called it a ‘game changer’ for 2012. Read on for a look at the state of the art in edible packaging! Read the rest of Packaging the Future: Edible Wrappers, Containers and Bags (Yum?) Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: biodegradable packaging , eco design , edible container , edible packaging , edible wrappers , green design , green food packaging , healthy food , molecular gastronomy , Monosol , packaging the future , Perpeceuticals , sustainable design , sustainable food , sustainable food packaging , sustainable packaging , sustainable produce , wikicell

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