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Master of Industrial Design
Studying how food is made, consumed, and appreciated in extreme environments can help shed light on how our experiences of food extend far beyond that of mere nourishment. The social and preparatory food-based rituals found in even the most challenging conditions can lead to a deeper awareness of the role of food on earth today, and can illuminate how humans might eat in the future. This thesis examines the roles of food in war zones, in prisons, and in space to inform speculative recipes and food-based experiences.
Coblentz, Maggie, "Foodways for earthlings : recipes and tools for eating in extreme environments" (2018). Masters Theses. 243.
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