Plastic surgery for your favorite food! Coming to a fridge near you.

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Does your cucumber suffer from poor self esteem? Your oranges mope about? Your carrots use up all your expensive skin creams in vain attempts to turn back time? Welcome to my world! And since I want to spend my time on something more vital than ironing my socks or repotting my plants I decided to do something about it. With a sharp knife, some tender loving and a keen eye everything is possible. From vegetating and lame to NinjaVeggie with attitude in a flick of your wrist! Don’t deny your favorite fridge friends a new life on the wild side!

Carving by Carl Franklin Jones.

Carving by Carl Franklin Jones.

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Ray Villafane

Ray Villafane

Ray Villafane

Watermelon Santa by Shawn Feeney.

Watermelon Santa by Shawn Feeney.

My breakfast banana.

My breakfast banana.

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Ray Villafane

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Shawn Feeney

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Anonymous with too much time on his hands.

 

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And here is your ultimate handbook for playing with your food:

Food for Thought by Saxton Freymann and Joost Eiffers.

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From "Foods with Moods" by Saxton Frayman.

From “Foods with Moods” by Saxton Frayman.

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Well, I guess I’ll just sit here by my myself. All alone in a corner with no friends. By myself…

 

 

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