Jihyun Ryou – a Korean artist about her storage solution for vegetables

Jihyun Ryou: bit.ly www.tastethewaste.com http
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Responses to “Jihyun Ryou – a Korean artist about her storage solution for vegetables”

  1. she has a french accent.

  2. What a neat person, I really like the way she thinks.

  3. Right On!

  4. This changes everything. EVERYTHING, I tell ya. Everything.

  5. True. Brilliant. LOVE HER!

  6. Wow this is so meditative and beautiful.

  7. in her blog:
    savefoodfromthefridge [dot] com

  8. This is amazing! Where can we buy the system?

  9. coolness

  10. I would like to know where to find more information. I saw eggs in the video…for instance.

  11. Nathaniel Alexander Reply January 10, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    AWESOME
    

  12. It says on the title that she’s Korean.

  13. It says on the title that she’s Korean…

  14. A hundred years ago this type of food conscious science was the daily life of housewives, necessary to prevent waste and provide nutrition. Without knowledge spoilage occurred. This concept works well for me, but I wonder how well it would work for a large family.

  15. she is absolutely brilliant and warm and lovely! Thank you!
    and BEAUTIFUL!

  16. This is a treasure gem! Thanks for sharing! Y.

  17. Supermarkets use some of these principals (temperature especially), but don’t advertise them so you have to come back sooner to buy more. Super video, super product!

  18. omg!!! learn a lot from her =D

  19. interesting!!!

  20. I love this. 

  21. I use the ethelyne gas principle for ripening avacadoes in a paper bag, by adding bananas, for example. The concept she proposes is fantastic, but I wish the information was presented in a more coherent way, with the various principles outlined. I get the point, though, and it’s a very good one!

  22. simple to make it, I’d think, from staff around, maybe won’t be design look but stil operational. ;)

  23. Brandon Schlichter Reply January 10, 2013 at 11:52 pm

    So where’s the data on her methods versus typical ones?

  24. yeah! that’s awesome! keep putting them in your pussy! so hawt!!!

  25. Kaleb Hebron Goodwin Reply January 11, 2013 at 12:34 am

    I want to throw away my fridge now! The closed doors of our fridges are probably why Americans throw away 50% of their food. I want to try this new method with all my organic produce :p