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50/50 Bowl - Needs Collection

50/50 Bowl - Needs Collection

Regular price $64.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $64.00 USD
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***This is Pre Order for Shipping Week of December 6th!***

This bowl was designed in the U.S.A. and it was made specifically for the Starch Solution diet.


Dr. McDougall's recommendation for maximum weight loss on the Starch Solution is to eat a 50/50 bowl , with 50% of the dish containing starches and the other 50% containing fiber-rich vegetables.

Each plate is hand made-to-order and no one plate will look like another. Individual plates will have their own unique characteristics and minor imperfections.  Some bowls may be oddly round shaped due to each plate being individually handmade.

Product Details: Materials: Glazed Clay Pottery

*All glazes are food safe, dishwasher safe, and microwave safe*

Size: Varies based on the handmade product but plates will be around 9- 9.5 inches wide by 2- 2.5 inches tall with a divider.

The plates holds ≈ 44 ounces total, 22 ounces per side.

≈ 2.5 lbs

Care: Gentle hand washing and drying are recommended, however, they can be placed in the dishwasher if needed. Avoid sudden temperature changes; thermal shock can cause pottery to crack. Never use pottery on a hot stovetop, broiler, or open flame. Avoid pouring boiling water into pottery.

Material: These bowls use clay sourced from Laguna Clay and Glaze company -and the glaze from Coyote Clay and Color. A specific type of very durable glaze made for restaurant use (scratch resistant and totally fine to stick in a dishwasher) is used on these bowls. No lead or toxic materials is present in the clay Glaze: All glaze used is non-toxic. They are safe for normal use once fired.

A message from the artist:
This specific glaze that was chosen for these bowls is one that "breaks" - which means that it DOES create a wide variety of results depending on where it is in the kiln among many other factors. This is what part of what makes the glaze so special and beautiful. I am also a hand builder meaning I do not use a wheel which could cause the "lopsided" look of the bowls. Having variety and an obvious hand made look is part of my aesthetic that I strive for.


Q: Are the plates stackable?

A: No, they are not due to their unique shape.

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