Diane Leclair Bisson
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While exploring possibilities for reducing waste, Bisson, an associate professor of industrial design at the University of Montreal, became intrigued by the idea of using food as packaging or an eating utensil. This catalogue of her efforts at creating plates, bowls, scoops, ramekins, oven mitts, placemats, and many other objects contains only a single sample recipe but offers a fascinating demonstration of what’s possible using methods as varied as drying, gelling, compressing, and fusing.
Paperback. Color photographs throughout.
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