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Australia-based Food Artist Makes Incredible Jelly Cake Art

You’ve heard of gelatinas, which are edible flowers encased in gelatin that resemble a glass paperweight. Siew Boon has taken that idea to the next level. She creates beautiful “jelly cakes,” which are an edible art form. She plants beautiful flowers inside, but also populates them with trees, fish, and even birds to make complete scenes.

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