“Vegiforms” – Molds for growing vegetables with faces

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“Vegiforms” – Molds for growing vegetables with faces

Using these molds you can grow veggies with faces on them – “Available in the form of an elf for shaping eggplant, melon, pumpkin, and squash, or the “pickle pair”, corncob or heart (makes heart-shaped cross sections when sliced) for use with cucumber, zucchini and summer squash. The molds can be used repeatedly. With zucchini, you can create a new shape every week. They might even encourage children to eat their vegetables.” [via] – Link.

6 thoughts on ““Vegiforms” – Molds for growing vegetables with faces

  1. princesspumpkin says:

    Or scare them off eating vegetables altogether. They’re scary!

  2. Fredex says:

    I have to send this to my vegetarian friend who “won’t eat anything with a face.”

  3. Growing Flowers says:

    Growing Flowers

    With a This makes it more difficult to plant a garden limited only to perennial

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