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Slideshow: Japan loves 3-D, veggies from LEDs

10/30/2009 08:00 PM EDT
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re: Slideshow: Japan loves 3-D, veggies from LEDs
ndancer   11/2/2009 6:33:08 PM
I'm interested in these veggies from LEDs. Do they have to be the green LEDs? Do they turn them into broccoli? What about the yellow, reds, oranges, and whites? Are those squash, peppers, persimmons, and cauliflower respectively? What's your recipe? I suppose you'd want to make sure they're RoHS. Probably the best use of RoHS yet.

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