Slow plastic

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Slow Plastic. Bioplastic being synthesized from skim milk, vinegar, and rubbing alcohol. Process and photos by Freedom Baird, January 5, 2016 Cambridge, MA
Skim Milk Dinnerware. Synthesized by Freedom Baird, January 2016, from skim milk, vinegar, and rubbing alcohol. From a 1906 recipe demonstrated on YouTube by British chemist Robert Murray Smith

Noun

  1. a movement of people synthesizing plastic and plastic objects from food and other non-toxic, biodegradable ingredients, to reclaim an awareness of and responsibility for plastic production, use, and lifecycle

Coined by Freedom Baird, January 2016, Cambridge, MA