“Crumbs are a huge issue, ” explains Sebastian Marcu, co-founder of Bake in Space—a German company aiming to make bread that can be consumed in the cosmos. “On Earth, crumbs will land in your toaster tray. But in microgravity, they fly around with no way to contain them.” Midway into the flight of Gemini 3 in 1965, American astronaut John Young discovered the potential danger when he pulled out a corned beef sandwich that he had smuggled aboard (perhaps it This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Six Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Food Issue 51 Imogen Kwok The artist takes food styling quite literally, creating accessories out of fruits and vegetables. Arts & Culture Food Issue 51 Would a Cheeto Kill a Pilgrim? A vague answer to a minor concern. Food Issue 50 Sopa de Pan A Lil’ Deb’s Oasis recipe. Food Issue 40 Chow Mein & Jello An ode to the buffet. Food Issue 35 Modern Fancy The humble origins of high-end food. Arts & Culture Food Issue 34 Last Supper What to eat at a funeral.