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  • Bowls and plates are bought for Instagram
  • Bowls and plates are bought for Instagram
    Tracy Benjamin (2015) ©
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Bowls and plates are bought for Instagram

In her 2015 book Bowl + Spoon, food and wellness writer Sara Forte put the joy of one-pot eating centre-stage. And thanks to both foodie culture and design appreciation going mainstream, the crockery that food is eaten on is now becoming almost as important as the food itself.

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