Food oasis in Seattle
In the Seattle neighborhood Beacon Hill, a food oasis will be created on three hectares. Chestnut and walnut trees , blueberry and raspberrybushes, apple, pear trees and more will be planted. The park is public and the fruits can be picked for free. It's expected that the park will be built this summer.
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Camellia's Tea House in London offers tea lovers a new special way to consume their favorite drink. During the 'Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013', the teabar introduced the 'Breathable Tea Room' where visitors could inhale the tea through a straw. The tea is evaporated and served as a smoky gas that could be inhaled through a straw. Because the tea is evaporated, it contains no calories, you avoid a burnt tongue and the antioxidants in the tea are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. Earlier we spotted the Vaportini which alcoholic beverages are vaporized and can be inhaled using a straw.
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