They're meant to be replacements for paper tableware. So far though, they have to be handmade. I wonder how this compares to a waffle cone bowl. It's always upsetting when the waffle cone bowl is served inside a styrofoam cup.
Monday, March 31, 2008
They are made of flour, water and salt, a biscuit recipe traditionally used for emergency rations at sea. They'll last for months if kept dry [small ironic chuckle here]. They'll be put into production at Koratt Cafe, in Japan. I'd read up more myself, but most of the info is Japanese, and I'm out of practice. Everything I know was found at dezeen.