Single-use cooking pot is made of lightweight biodegradable paper

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Hot on the heels of the Kuru-Kuru Nabe, a self-stirring saucepan which cooks its contents more efficiently, we've spotted another innovation that makes it easier to heat up food when outdoors. The HEXA POT is made out of lightweight biodegradable paper material that can withstand the heat of a cooker. Campers and walkers hoping to cook on their trip outdoors usually have to carry metal pots and pans for use on their portable stove, which can be heavy and take up space in their backpacks. Energia USA, which has developed the HEXA POT, uses a lightweight paper material which comes…

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