Ikea Test Kitchen Trying Bug Burgers and Algae Buns

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Ikea's test kitchen, Space10, is working on burgers made with bugs, hydroponic salads, and more. Ikea's test kitchen truly believes that these food options will be tasty options and the go to food of the future.  Space10 revealed five dishes they reimagined using insects, algae, and lab grown meat to cure your hunger like the "dogless hotdog,"bug burger," "neatball" and more. Ikea isn't moving away from furniture, but the company does have plans to have standalone restaurants. Some of the very same items have been successful in their home base of Sweden.

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The Crispy Bug Ball from our Tomorrow’s Meatball series—would you give it a go? 🐛 📸 Lukas Renlund #SPACE10 #tomorrowsmeatball #futurefood

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Meet The Bug Burger—a spin of the traditional burger recipe that creates a synergy between new ingredients and old classics. What might look like a standard burger patty is actually a combination of beets, parsnips and mealworms created by our Chef-in-Residence @simonperezfood 📸: @k_kristoffersen #SPACE10 #🍔 #🐛 #whatscooking #INSIDESPACE10

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