How about cooking using a paper kettle? Yes, paper. Ryo Katayama has discovered a paper cooking pot which already exited around 1932 in Japan. It’s a disposable paper kettle that you can use to boil water, seriously. This pot is entirely made from paper, it is combustible yet fire-resistant kettle. It is possible to use this paper to boil water, as we know, paper’s burning point is around 300-degree C, much higher than water’s boiling point, which is 100-degree C. This is the reason that paper containing water doesn’t burn.
Ryo Katayama explains that through this research, he has learned that paper is a flexible and light material that can be utilize to boil water. It has all characteristics for suitable outdoor products. Paper Kettle provides you with lightest and disposable kettle in the world.