Edible Jelloware cups make littering cool

Edible Jelloware cups made from red algae biodegrade into good nutrients for the soilGo ahead and file this under “coolest thing you’ve seen all week”.

Josh Harris at The Fun Times Guide to Living Green shares the awesomeness that is Jelloware…and yes, it is a real product.

Josh says,

The cups are made entirely out of a substance called agar agar. Agar agar is a gelatin-like substance that originally comes from red algae. I know what you might be thinking “Eat a cup that is made of Algae? Heck No!”. So, for you haters out there, I encourage you to remember that those tasty portobello or button mushrooms that you might love so much are actually fungus.

If you don’t feel like eating the cup, you can actually just toss it in the grass. Yeah, you read that right. The cup has an extract of seaweed in it that actually has nutrients that support the growth of grass and plants.

Check out the story at The Fun Times Guide to Living Green to get more info and see more photos of the Jelloware cups from The Way We See The World.

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  • Jessa Belle

    This is so cool; here in the Philippines, we manufacture a lot from Agar-agar (i think). What a great find!!

    • http://www.EcoSnobberySucks.com Jeffrey Davis

      Cool Jessa (and welcome to the site). Any idea what else you guys use agar-agar for in the Philippines?