Keep Food Fresh Without A Fridge [Pics]
Korean designer Jihyun Ryou re-envisions food storage with art objects that keep produce from spoiling and use no energy.
Korean designer Jihyun Ryou has re-imagined food storage by developing a fridge-less and artful way to keep food fresh that uses no energy. The ‘Save Food From the Refrigerator’ project focuses on food preservation, with a collection of clever objects designed to be eco-friendly and avoid waste. There is a shelf for storing root vegetables like carrots and onions that houses them in sand with a glass funnel to add water to it, while an egg shelf has a container that can be filled with water to check their freshness by seeing if they sink or float. Ryou writes:
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