Charcoal coloured hot dog leaves ashy tastes in people's imaginative taste buds
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A picture of a charcoal coloured hot dog has left people on Twitter with questions instead of cravings. According to the comments on the post, the hot dog does not look enticing and should not be allowed for the consumption of people.
Black hotdog from IKEA Singapore. https://t.co/9rkI568rdU
For a lot of people on the post, they would not eat the hot dog even if they were paid to do it. A few people confessed to the picture leaving an ashy taste in their imaginative mouths as the colour looks burnt.
The comments on the post questioned how it is that the colour is achieved. I think the provision of that information can be helpful in decreasing the negative comments and feelings that tweeps felt when they saw the hotdog.
There's no way I'm eating that!!! 😳 @YonelaNkosi
Is it made black with activated charcoal or food colouring ...Also why is it so https://twitter.com/Dariollle/status/1457767784062996481?t=KpXVw3V5aoDDcG34tfYsEQ&s=19
🤮🤢it's a no from me https://twitter.com/TheWeekdaeZA/status/1457970077660327936?t=O5FriJK4aiUEEWK_9tqvzg&s=19
Would you eat it?
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