Ohoo!: The Edible Water Bottle

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Wasteful plastic water bottles may be on their way out. Thanks to three industrial design students affiliated with the firm Skipping Rocks Lab, the edible water bottle called Ooho! could be the new frontier of on-the-go hydration. The edible container holds water in a double membrane, which a technique called "spherification." This liquid-shaping technique was pioneered in labs in 1946.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. A process called "spherification" is used to make edible water bottles. 00:04

  2. Here are the ingredients needed to make edible water bottles: 00:15

  3. Here is the finished result of homemaking an edible water bottle: 03:17

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