The creator behind the process to pimp up surplus spuds says the food ‘looks like cheese and melts like cheese’ and could help in tragedy zones
A new discovery to combat food waste could see old, unused potatoes being transformed into edible CHEESE.
The incredible claim has been made by Andrew Dyhin, a food researcher who says he has a new way of making use of undesirable spuds.
The top-secret process of Potato Magic , Mr Dyhin says, makes the ‘first artificial, sustainable, eco-friendly superfood ‘, and involves treating peeled potatoes.
He says: “It looks like cheese, it melts like cheese” as he shows off a ‘potato cheese’ toasty.
“When we look at the world nowadays, and we see how vital food security is we need to get the maximum quantity of food from a hectare of land.
The Potato Magic process alters the potato into melting ‘cheese’