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Knitted Food is Extremely High in Fiber

by Paul Strauss

While I prefer to eat actual food, I have to say these hand-knit lambswool foodstuffs look pretty awesome too. They’re made by artist Jessica Dance, and definitely are definitely making me hungry just looking at them.

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If you’re wondering what makes them look so appetizing, it’s that Jessica worked with food photographer David Sykes to help style and compose the plush foods into just the right mouth-watering poses.

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I don’t know about you guys, but I’m ready to go out and eat a spool of yarn. Oh and if you’re wondering where Jessica gets her meat from

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[via Colossal]




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