Man Creates Coffee-like Beverage Using Fries

Some food experiments should never be done because they are simply unacceptable and this one from Canada is a clear example of the same. So, while during the pandemic and multiple lockdowns, many people resorted to trying their hands at cooking, and while some of us aced that, others just came up with the most bizarre things that we did not need. 

Instagram user @whathowtry posted a video where he blended McDonald’s fries into a fine powder which he further takes to a coffee machine and then pours out a light yellow drink. Grossed out, yet?

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Instagram

“What should we try next?” reads the caption of the video on the social media platform. So, not only did he ruin coffee for us, but also fries! The abomination of a video has amassed more than 2 million views and almost 50,000 likes on Instagram. If each of them was not left feeling violated after watching the video, please change my name! One user did say the video was ‘vile’, and we agree because our stomachs turned too.

Another user said that the drink is equivalent to a toxic relationship since it is a true representation of how nice people feel in a relationship. Others were simply worried that the user might get food poisoning from this horrible recipe. 

However, there were also some users who thought the ‘drink’ was ‘yum’. If you thought this was the end of the disgust, the user has other videos on his Instagram page doing the same thing with pizza, nachos and toothpaste. And no, his interest does not end with just beverages – he also has things like Oreo Ramen, Oreo Pizza and other stuff on his page. 

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Instagram

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