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When I was a little kid I dreamed of the day I would be able to grab something next to me, such as a remote, and be able to eat it. I loved coffee cake and had dreams of being surrounding by a world made of coffee cake. What’s a child to do but dream? Well one person, unlike myself, decided to make that a reality. I’m not sure if she did it to accomplish her dream of being able to eat furniture or to simply help solve most environmental dilemmas. Even so, Danielle Trofe created a lamp using materials you can eat!
Okay so the lamp isn’t made of gummy bears or hot dog buns, but it is made out of corn and seed husks. Not really the most scrumptious idea out there but there you go. What makes these lamps special is the fact they are are made of biodegradable products such as agricultural waste and liquified mushrooms. These products are pounded together in a mold for several days. Once the molding process is complete they are dried and heated to end the growth cycle. Even though these products weren’t created with the intention of being eaten they do hold that amazing ideology of being a natural lamp stand. So natural you can eat it.