Order in the kitchen, please. A recent article on Bored Panda made us realize how incorrectly we’ve been eating our food. We’re basically barbarians who disgustingly chomp on disorderly chunks of meat and vegetables. Here’s why.
Two Dutch artists, aka perfectionists, Lernert and Sander, took a bunch of raw food and cut ’em into 98 2.5″x2.5″ cubes. Revolutionary stuff. Now all perfectionists across the world can rest easy, and everyone else needs to step up their knife game.
Like, seriously, look at this shit. Do you see that pomegranate? How did they get the seeds so square? They’re sorcerers, basically. They studied at Hogwarts. This is magic.
Um, this sashimi must be dope AF.
How do you eat a perfectly cubed piece of corn, though? Like, off the cob and nibble like a little animal? Or can you eat the core since it’s so small. Someone tell us, please. Halp.
Legit perfection. Thanks, art. We can all sleep at night now knowing that there’s a perfectly cubed piece of Wagyu beef in Europe. That is all.
This just in: a mastermind on reddit decided to label each cube. Thanks, dude.
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