Edible Spray Paint Adds Bling to Boring, Natural Food Colors: Green Asparagus Tips? Hell. No.

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​The rosy red hue of an apple, the rustic brown of braised short ribs, the unrefined greens of leaf lettuce -- BOOOOORRRRR-ING!

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​Now you can change the color of everything you eat (as long as it's to gold, silver, red, or blue) thanks to Esslack, a tasteless, non-toxic, edible spray paint from Germany.

Developed with a small food factory that supplies food coloring to high-end pastry shops, Esslack offers ideas like chrome trout, gold-plated asparagus tips, and red peas. But at around $35 a can (plus shipping), you'll need to decide which foods are worthy of edible spray paint bling.

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14 comments
Anna Veeder
Anna Veeder

Because we don't eat enough artificial colours as it is?

livinlarge89
livinlarge89

Interesting product, their only mistake is the name sounding like Ex-lax I think.

Moe6312
Moe6312

 the name is german... literally translates to 'eating laquer'

MysterInks
MysterInks

great now we can just spray paint on bad foods to make them look ok.

hippieland
hippieland

Gets kids to eat their greens if their gold.

Rice
Rice

They're not their, stupid.

TheCosmicJester
TheCosmicJester

Cookies and cakes: Brilliant. Anything else: I'll pass.

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