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Top 10 Knitted Foods

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What better way to show our love of food than to create it using yarn?

These knitted creations -- a hamburger, pizza, even shrimp -- may not taste like the real thing, but they're cool enough to drool over anyway. And our number one pick, from the Delectable series by artist Ed Bing Lee, is featured, along with four others, in the fall issue of Gastronomica.

Don't blame us if these have you wanting the real thing.

10.) Knitted Strawberries (Source)

9.) Knitted Black Forest Cake (Source)

8.) Knitted Barbecue (Source)

7.) Knitted Doughnuts (Source)

6.) Knitted Pizza (Source)

5.) Knitted Radishes (Source)

4.) Knitted Cupcakes (Source)

3.) Knitted Shrimp (Source)

2.) Knitted Bento Box (Source)

1.) Knitted Hamburger (Source)

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