Fancy growing tomatoes but never get the sun? Or want to try your hand at planting some exotic fruits?
This hydroponic kitchen island will allow you to do just that. With built in watering system and led lights the hydropinic grow kit sits in a draw within a regular kitchen unit.
The designers say you can grow up to 30 different plants a year in the system and although it's not the most natural way to grow foods - it is a great to grow your own foods in apartments that have little or no garden space.
Rather than just being faux-meat, Mamu is different. It's a mushroom-based meat alternative that's getting its launch in restaurants so that chefs can test its versatility. Flora Tsapovsky investigates.