Courtesy of Reuters, please enjoy algae art in the bakery section. In Moosinning, near Munich, Germany, pastry chef Ludovic Gerboin, works with Thomas Brueck, a biotechnology scientist at the University of Munich, to developed creative pastries featuring different types of algae, in many colors. They use powdered and pureed algae in the desserts, and their work looks as good as the superfood pastry is healthy.
During this week of sweets and celebrations, you just might consider adding algae to your dessert offerings as a real crowd pleaser.
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