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    I Recreated Famous Works Of Art With Food And Here Are The Results

    May I present, "Girl With a Pea Earring".

    During quarantine, I've been recreating famous works of art using whatever's in my pantry and fridge. Here are a few pieces you might recognize...

    *Everything I use goes back in the box or into my dinner. No food is wasted!*

    1. Girl With a Pea Earring

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    Ingredients: Carrots, celery, red pepper, nori, Triscuits, raisins, banana peel, penne, and a single pea.

    2. Red Lentil Roy Lichtenstein

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    Ingredients: Red lentils, black lentils, forbidden rice, banana peels, black bean pasta, strawberries, garlic, and M&M shell.

    3. A Scream to Edvard Munch On

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    Ingredients: Triscuits, carrots, spinach, kale, nori, bread, Japanese sweet potato, mushroom, apple, and raisins.

    4. The Creation of Adam... with Spaghetti

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    Ingredients: Spaghetti

    5. Mona Lisa, the Most Famous Dough Vinci

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    Ingredients: Nuco coconut wraps, apples, vegan jerky, rice paper wrappers, nori, Triscuits, sweet potato peels, bread, apple, mushrooms, and raisins.

    6. Composition II in Fruit, Veg and Legumes

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    Ingredients: Black lentils, lemon, blueberries, peppers, tomatoes, and strawberries.

    7. Vegan, Gluten-Free Dali

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    Ingredients: Black lentils and black bean pasta.

    8. American Gothic

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    Ingredients: Nori, bread, celery, peas, penne, black lentils, sweet potato, pizza, raisins, Triscuits, pepper, carrots, dates, pretzels, and tortilla chips.

    9. Frida, Hecho de Comida

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    Ingredients: Tomatoes, peppers, onion, Triscuits, raisins, dates, black lentils, cabbage, swiss chard, and sweet potato.

    Follow me on Instagram @ClaireSalvo for more food art & fine art!