There are two camps of people when it comes to wrapping paper: those who carefully pry the tape up, remove the paper, and recycle it for future use (you know who you are), and the rest of us, who simply rip it off, crumple it up, and throw it in the trash.

A third option is now available with Eden's Paper, a product that actually has vegetable seeds embedded in the wrapping paper's lining. After you remove the wrap, made out of biodegradable tissue paper, you simply plant it in the ground and water it to produce chili peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, carrots and onions.

Now there's the gift that keeps on giving.