DIY Personalized Food Preparation: Solar Cooking and Mold Making

1. Each participant writes down a type of food
2. Each participant writes down a type of climate (hot, cold, wet, dry, forest, desert, etc)
3. Each example of food and climate are randomly paired and assigned to participants.
4. Participant brainstorms ways that the climate could be used to shape the particular food item. What would be the short term results of exposure? Long term?

 

AUTHORED BY:

Jennifer Weiler
School of Arts, Media, and Engineering
Arizona State University
Jennifer Weiler is a PhD student in Media, Arts, and Sciences at Arizona State University. In her work, she explores combining computer programming, digital fabrication, and traditional craft techniques.

Stacey Kuznetsov
School of Arts, Media, and Engineering
Arizona State University
Stacey Kuznetsov is an assistant professor at the School of Arts, Media, and Engineering (AME). She is also affiliated with the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering (CIDSE) at Arizona State University. In 2015, she launched SANDS (Social and Digital Systems) group at ASU. She is interested in low-cost tools for citizen science, community activism, and (DIY)biology.

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