What happened to your eating utensils after your last meal? Chances are you probably left them behind, or threw them away in a nearby trash can if they were made of plastic – but now, thanks to a new product from Bakeys, you could be eating your spoons just as easily as you ate your lunch. For Bakeys, the motivation behind Edible Cutlery is drawn from issues like environmental sustainability, climate change, and the global water crisis. The Edible Cutlery, which can last 20 minutes in hot liquid, comes in a variety of flavors: sugar, ginger-cinnamon, ginger-garlic, cumin, celery, black pepper, mint-ginger and carrot-beetroot. The spoons have a shelf life of two to three years.
Everyone loves a fresh, healthy salad. But to prepare a salad at home, you have to wash and rinse the lettuce, slice and chop all of the ingredients, then slice and chop some more…what a chore! Making fresh, healthy salads is a chore no more! Rinse, chop and serve almost any salad in seconds with the 60 Second Salad Maker! Finally a fast, easy, virtually mess-free way to enjoy a healthy salad everyday! The 60-second salad is designed to hold all of your ingredients. The unique slits take the hassle out of rinsing and straining and allow you to chop the ingredients all at once. Cut through the slits in one direction, then rotate the wave cam top for a perfect, no mess cross cut. In just seconds, your ingredients are all perfectly chopped and your garden fresh salad is ready to eat.
With the Ripple Maker you can turn all your selfies into Latte art. Using patented printing technology, the machine creates inspiring Ripples from any image or text atop the foam layer of coffee beverages. By syncing with the Coffee Ripples app on your iPhone or Android phone, the machine makes high-resolution images. Since it is fully Wi-Fi enabled, Ripple Maker receives image selections to its interface and prints in coffee scale, which is like gray scale but caffeinated. Proprietary Ripple Pods are packed with a concentrated coffee extract, so the machine interprets any image or message into a version that can be printed using the extract as a sort of ink.
Does chopping up an onion bring tears to your eyes? The Onion Goggles are finally out. The Onion Goggles fit snugly over your eyes, sealing them up and protecting you from those sulfurous fumes. Okay, maybe they’re not exactly the most fashionable kitchen accessory out there, but at least you don’t have to be afraid of chopping onions any longer.