#2039: Nibbowl

The latest research on eating shows that multiple pieces of food are more satiating and rewarding than an equicaloric, single-piece portion.

Today’s invention is therefore a transparent plastic wedge-shaped segment, used for storing bitesized pieces of food in the fridge.

The wedges can be extracted from the fridge, or filled from a saucepan, and clipped together to form a varied plateful.

Each segment has an airtight lid. Eating involves opening only a few at a time.

Since one will feel full after opening and eating only a subset of segments, any unopened ones can be re-chilled for use later.

The segments which have been emptied can then be dumped in the dishwasher.

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