It's thought that capsules containing an entire serving of vegetables could be the future of food.
So, what happens when you combine two of the most obnoxious trends of the last decade—ostentatious luxury jewelry intended to show the world that the wearer is “charitable,” and kale?
Maame Ororiwaa started with a one-off food stall at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies two years ago. Now, she serves weekly £4 lunches of jollof rice, peanut stew, and fried plantain—all vegan and all prepared in her tiny home kitchen.
The invention is actually a dual-cropping plant that grows both eggplant (that's the "egg") and potatoes (chips—geddit?). Those horticulturalists sure do love their wordplay!