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Bake.A.Dish kitchen gadget bakes plates and bowls made of BREAD – Daily Mail

 

Bake.A.Dish kitchen gadget bakes plates and bowls made of BREAD – Daily Mail

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Bake.A.Dish kitchen gadget bakes plates and bowls made of BREAD – Daily Mail
News from Bake.A.Dish kitchen gadget bakes plates and bowls made of BREAD – Daily Mail:

  • Bake.A.Dish is a machine that can bake plates and bowls from bread
  • These can be used to hold different types of food and are then eaten after
  • And the device can be controlled by an app that calculates the size needed
  • The project is the work of industrial design student Saeed Rahiminejad
  • The Iranian’s design is a contender for Electrolux Design Lab 2014 awards

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

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