It's reading, cooking and eating all in one

We’ve all been there. You’re trying out a new recipe, but the effort of flitting your attention from the food to the recipe book or iPad is almost unbearable. If only the recipe was actually somehow embedded in the food, right?

Well, German design agency Korefe have created the "first and only cookbook you can actually read, cook and eat."

Made out of fresh pasta, the cookbook comprises actual pages, each one imprinted with step-by-step instructions for making lasagne. Layer up and learn as you go but whatever you do, don’t skip a step because flicking back could get very messy.

 

Step 1. Make sure you can read German, otherwise it's pointless

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Step 2. Add tomatoes

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Step 3. Looks like this is going to be a veggie lasagne

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Step 4. Yep, definitely veggie

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Step 5. Mmm, cheese ...

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Step 6. Beware the suited man who tries to steal your dinner

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Step 7. Voilà! Your literary lasagne

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