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An Odd-Looking Spoon That Is Designed To Make Food Taste Better
By Dorothy Tan, 24 Feb 2017
Can the way we eat something make it taste better?
According to Andreas Fabian—who has a PhD in spoons—it can. This is why he has created the Goûte, a teardrop-shaped glass wand that's modeled after a finger, in partnership with Charles Michel, the chef-in-residence at Oxford University’s Crossmodal Research Laboratory.
The odd-looking spoon is designed to be used when eating creamy foods, such as peanut butter, yoghurt and Nutella—its design started with a 3D model of single finger with a handle.
Glass is used because the creators of the utensil thinks that it “feels beautiful” in the mouth—a wooden version is also available, and functions as a honey dipper too.
Head over here to read more about the Goûte—do you believe that it would really make food taste better?
[via Fast Co. Design]
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