Two Italian designers have created a recipe book and paper lunch box in one. Called The Lunch Book it's a recipe book shaped like a dish with each page ripping out and acting as a dish for food.
The unique book design is part of the Expo 2015 in Milan and will be given to guests who visit the expo stands. Throughout the event users will be able to flick to the correct page in their books, read the recipe, use that page as a plate and try the food they have just written about.
It's a really unique idea and one that will surely lead to a real taste adventure with people exploring the expo to try all the dishes in the book.
It's designed by Sebastiano Ercoli and Alessandro Garlandini and is made from water-proof biopolyme which makes the paper plates within the book 100% recyclable.
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