Nano Product: PastaMarine

NextNature.net
October 16th 2014

A high protein pasta that everyone can cultivate at home. Made from bacteria, PastaMarine copies the biological process of something growing, understanding the lives of bacteria and protein on the nano scale. Thanks to water, the silk proteins interact and spontaneously create a surface. A high proteic food that does’t need a lot of resources to develop. Besides evoking the natural component, the shell shape of the pasta allows the condiments to perfectly adhere. Try it with pesto, ragú or tuna sauce and enjoy your truly homemade pasta!

From the NANO Supermarket new collection. Designer: Imma Pezzella

www.nanosupermarket.org

More products from the new line: CloudCrayonsThe Healing GameCoating ColaGoogle NoseHostCatad’OrIDiOBake ‘n SprayHydrating ‘Skin’, The Love Rose

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