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The other half of the apple - Kit for the reuse of the peels

The other half of the apple - Kit for the reuse of the peels

€75.00

The other half of the apple - Kit for the reuse of the peels

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€75.00
  • Product delivery 10 working days

Description

The apple’s peel is the part that contains more fibers, vitamins, antioxidants and other healthy substances. So why throw it away? With this kit it is possible to peel the apple, let its skin dry, grind it and then use it for other purposes (infusions, sauces, flour, pectin or soaps and perfumes). The kit consists of a metal grid with a central blade, a container/mortar and a pestle in solid wood. It can also be used for drying other fruits and, without the blade, as a normal mortar for spices or sauces. The product has been selected among the winners at the competition “A Designer A Day 2015”, organized by La Trentina” in collaboration with DesignHUB and POLI.design.

Product Details

material Beechwood and inoxidizable steel
weight 0,955 Kg
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Due amici e colleghi del Politecnico di Milano ritrovatisi in Scandinavia spinti da curiosità e voglia di apprendere dallo stile nordico. Entrambi studenti, lei alla School of Industrial Design della Lund University e lui alla Designskolen di Kolding, divisi dal ponte tra Svezia e Danimarca, si incontrano a metà tra due culture, traendo ispirazione continua per la propria ricerca progettuale.