JHU students create edible tortilla tape to solve the wrapper problem

10TH OF JULY. JOHNS HOPKINS STUDENTS HAVE JUST MADE A UNIQUE DESIGN PROJECT. ITSIGN PROJECT. IT’S CALLED “TASTEE TE.” AP THE EDIBLE ADHESIVE IS FOOD MATERIAL MADOFE AND ADHESIVE ORGACNI. MAKE SURE THE INGREDIENTS INSIDE YOUR FAVORITE PACK ARE KEPT INSIDE WHEN COOKING AND WHEN YOU EAT IT. THE TEAM TESTED A GROUP OF INGREDIENTS AND PAIRINGS BEFORE DEFINING THE FINAL RECIPE. THE TAPE IS LIGHT, BUT TMEA HAS ADDED BLUE DYE IN SOME OF THIS VIDEO TO BETTER ILLUSTRATE ITS USE. THEY SAY IT’S SAFE AND HAS THE STRENGTH TO KEEP A BURTORI GREASE TOGETHER. >> THE GIRL WHO HAD THE IDEA, ONE OF OUR TEAM MEMBERS, WAS EATING HER BURTORI ONE DAY AND IT WAS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMESTER WHEN WE HAD THESE IDEAS AND SHE SAID THIS IS A PROBLEM TO BE FIXED . KAI: THE GIRL WHO HAD

Johns Hopkins University students create edible tortilla tape to solve the wrap problem

Johns Hopkins University students have just completed a unique design day project. It’s called Tastee Tape, an edible adhesive made up of a food-grade fibrous scaffold and an organic adhesive. The tape makes sure that the ingredients inside your favorite wrapper stay neatly hidden inside during cooking and when you eat it. The team tested a number of ingredients and combinations before establishing the final recipe. The tape is clear, but the team added some blue dye in some videos to better illustrate its use. They said it’s safe and has the strength to hold a fat burrito together. “The girl who came up with the idea, one of our team members, Erin, was eating her burrito one day, and it was early in the semester that we had to come up with these ideas, and it was all over the place, and it was like I knew what, this is a problem to fix, “said Tyler Guarino, senior at JHU. Edible tortilla tape makers are applying for a patent, so they won’t reveal their secret formula just yet.

Johns Hopkins University students have just completed a unique design day project.

It’s called Tastee Tape, an edible adhesive made up of a food-grade fibrous scaffold and an organic adhesive. The ribbon makes sure that the ingredients inside your favorite wrapper stay neatly hidden inside during cooking and when you eat it.

The team tested a number of ingredients and combinations before deciding on the final recipe. The tape is clear, but the team added some blue dye in some videos to better illustrate its use.

They said it’s safe and has the strength to hold a fat burrito together.

“The girl who came up with the idea, one of our team members, Erin, was eating her burrito one day, and it was early in the semester that we had to come up with these ideas, and it was everywhere, and it was like if you know what, this is a problem that needs to be solved, “said Tyler Guarino, senior at JHU.

Edible tortilla tape makers are applying for a patent, so they won’t reveal their secret formula just yet.