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Edible Sweeeeet Tableware is Made From a Traditional Korean Confection
Posted By Jon Dioffa On April 2, 2013 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Environment,Green Interiors,Green Kitchen,Green Products,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Sustainable Food | No Comments
Designers Jiwon Choi  and Alice Jung  have created a line of edible “Sweeeeet Tableware ” made from a traditional Korean confection called yeot. Yeot  is made with various kinds of grains without any artificial additives, and it’s usually served in stick form. It has been enjoyed as a traditional dessert for centuries, and today it’s found mostly in tourist attractions in Korea. Choi and Jung sought to make Yeot into a playful and enjoyable set of tableware that glorifies the traditional snack. The set includes petite-sized bowls and plates to serve various kinds of traditional Korean desserts in the sweetest way. The line is part of the Seoul Utopia Project (SUP).
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 Jiwon Choi: http://www.jiwonchoi.com/
 Alice Jung: http://cargocollective.com/alicejung
 Sweeeeet Tableware: http://cargocollective.com/jiwonchoi/sweeeeet-tableware
 Yeot: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeot
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