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Fine Dining For Plants

PlantsEating.jpgThis past Saturday, experimental artist Jonathan Keats released the first restaurant for plants in the world at the Crocker Museum for Art in Sacramento. The premise is to create a "delightful" experience for the plants with a curated menu of photons far tastier than what they'd haphazardly consume when left to their own devices. Options range from "hearty and healthy" to "avant-garde" recipes. "Honestly I'm surprised that nobody else has done this," says Keats. [The Atlantic]

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