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In the Netherlands coconut juice is still kind of new, but at the other side of the Atlantic they are already looking for new all natural water-like beverages which are low in calories. Now a hit in Canada and supposed to conquer the US soon, is maple water. You know.. maple as in a tree? The same tree which is the symbol of Canada and gives this delicious golden syrup? Right, that one. The sap tapped out of the tree, of which they normally make the syrup is now sold as a healthy water-equivalent! We are of course, very curious what this would taste like!
Yes, it’s true what you see! This is No Candy. Because it is just fruit. I saw this passing by on twitter and fell directly for the name that maked me curious and the style of the packaging. The friendly inventor of this brand new brand offered me to send me some samples and more information. A very good reason for us to review product.
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Our biggest frustration is the boring selection of unhealthy food in vending machines you’ll find in public places. Candy bars bursting from sugar and fat, too salty potato chips, and dry flavorless cookies is not what you need when you are looking for a quick snack. And most of time your hunger is back in less than an hour. But now there is this Farmer’s Fridge in Chicago, and it’s a huge succes! Offering daily fresh made salads in attractive jars. Continue Reading →
Watch this: exploding spices. This wonderful combination of image and sound make that you now know exactly how flavors look and sound. The movie was created by advertising agency Grey London for the new product of Schwartz, Flavor Shots. Each piano tone represents an explosion of flavor filmed with a time lapse camera, which makes it almost surreal! This definitely stimulates your senses. Wait no longer and watch the movie!
This chair grows funghi on it (!!!). Designer Eric Klarenbeek developed in collaboration with Wageningen University a Mycelium Chair. This chair was printed with living materials. We are impressed by the way of using the 3D printing technique with growing material. The basis of the chair is straw with a thin layer of bio plastic. It is ‘produced’ in a special clean greenhouse. The chair is a metaphor of what can be achieved with new materials and production methods. Continue Reading →
This very simple, but very innovative cooking bag should replace your slow cooker. You just have to boil your food for only 5 minutes and put your hot pot in the wonderbag. The bag has an insulated design and therefore keeps your food safely cooking up to 12 hours, without additional energy. Continue Reading →