BesoVida Makes Minimal Containers to Prepare, Cook, and Serve Your food

06.02.20 | By
BesoVida Makes Minimal Containers to Prepare, Cook, and Serve Your food

Last summer, Taiwanese brand BesoVida took Kickstarter by storm when their campaign was 200% funded in less than 12 hours. What caused the stir? Their line of modern silicone containers that allow you to prepare, cook, and serve food right from the same bowl. Instead of using every pot, pan, and dish you own, BesoVida is designed to transition from cookware to tableware, in addition to its obvious storage capabilities, making your time in the kitchen kept to a minimum. Made entirely of food grade silicone, the lightweight, spill-proof containers are oven safe, microwave safe, freezer safe, and dishwasher safe – basically everything you need from a kitchen product. The BesoVida containers come in a set of two and a set of three to keep your needs pretty well covered while making your meals, whether it’s just for you or your whole family.

As mentioned, the bowls are made of food-grade silicone that’s 100% toxin free, meaning they contain no BPS, BPA, or lead, so you can feel safe knowing nothing will seep into your food. The bases are insulated which will keep your food hot without burning your hands while holding them. When it’s time to clean up, the bowls can easily be cleaned due to undergoing an antistatic treatment during the production process.

Triple Set – Lemon Yellow

Triple Set – Chestnut Brown

Triple Set – Rocky Gray

Double Set – Rocky Gray

Double Set – Chestnut Brown

Double Set – Lemon Yellow

The BesoVida sets are designed to fit within each other when you’re ready to store them away in your cabinet.

>>> The two-tone BesoVida containers are available in a Double Set and Triple Set in the Design Milk Shop here! <<<

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Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.