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The latest food trend: Spray-painted food

Would you eat a golden roast chicken or crunch down on a silver apple? Well, a company has released edible spray-paints.
Asia One - March 20, 2013
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The latest food trend: Spray-painted food

 

The spray paint comes in gold, silver, red and blue, and is composed of ethyl alcohol, flavours and food additives, reported GizMag.
It is harmless and tasteless to eat, claimed the company, German-based The Deli Garage, which sells the spray in 100ml cans.
If you thought food spray by itself was weird, the company also produces pasta in the shape of nuts, bolts and screws and chocolate glue.
You might soon see gold roast chicken make its way into restaurants as the company has already received orders for their food spray.

The spray paint comes in gold, silver, red and blue, and is composed of ethyl alcohol, flavours and food additives, reported GizMag.

It is harmless and tasteless to eat, claimed the company, German-based The Deli Garage, which sells the spray in 100ml cans.

If you thought food spray by itself was weird, the company also produces pasta in the shape of nuts, bolts and screws and chocolate glue.

You might soon see gold roast chicken make its way into restaurants as the company has already received orders for their food spray.

 

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