You can now eat your cutlery

If you've ever had a meal so good, you felt like eating the plate and cutlery too, you can now actually do it.

Edible spoon

Also, if you get really upset because you have to wash up after eating, here is good news for you. The manufacturers of edible spoons are Bakeys.

The baked spoons come in flavours such as plain, sweet and savoury. The savoury flavours are hot and spicy, onion and tomato, garlic and ginger.

The kind of spoon you get depends on what you're using it to eat so that the flavours complement, not clash.

The spoons are 100 percent natural, biodegradable and vegan.  They are made from and are made of sorghum flours blended with rice and wheat.

There is no added chemicals, preservatives or artificial colours in the spoons. They are made of only plant products and salt, which is included for taste.

The company plans to manufacture forks, soup spoons, dessert spoons, chopsticks and even salad bowls soon.

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