This Origami Food May Not Be Edible, But It Sure Looks Good
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This Origami Food May Not Be Edible, But It Sure Looks Good

Cooking with real food is cool and all, but watching someone create global delicacies from paper is even cooler.

Yelldesign—a Vine production company located in Australia—has a series of entire origami meals.

Here's what's on the menu: penne meatballs, an Italian favorite; jaffle, a toasted sandwich that's popular in Australia; ramen, a Japanese staple; fish and chips, which you'll find on nearly every menu in Great Britain; and the banana split, a nearly universal sweet treat.

While these meals may not settle any cravings—they'll probably have quite the opposite effect, really—they're still fascinating to watch come together.

PAPERMEAL 2 - Jaffle from yelldesign on Vimeo.

PAPERMEAL 3 - Ramen from yelldesign on Vimeo.

PAPERMEAL 4 - Fish & Chips from yelldesign on Vimeo.

PAPERMEAL 5 - Banana Split from yelldesign on Vimeo.

Erika Owen is the Senior Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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