NEW YORK – Good news for that lazy peoples, who hates to wash dinner plates.
Thanks to a new invention, the days of arduously cleaning plates and bowls might be over.
Known as the Bake.A.Dish, the machine can make kitchenware out of bread that can hold all sorts of food from soup to curry.
The gadget can make bowls and plates of any size up to 16 inches (41 centimetres) in diameter.
These can then be eaten at the end of a meal.
The device can be controlled by a mobile phone app, which calculates the size of the bowl or plate according to how many calories the user needs.
Bake.A.Dish is the work of industrial design student Saeed Rahiminejad.
It is a contender for the Electrolux Design Lab 2014 awards, and the designer is now seeking funding to help put his concept into production.
Rahiminejad, 26, from the Iranian capital Tehran, says: ‘The product is aiming at personalising your dinnerware, making a more sustainable alternative to disposable dinnerware and adding a fix of fibre to one’s daily diet.