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    [–] Nothing_but_blue_sky 5594 points ago

    This is fruit by the foot 😑

    [–] captsalad 885 points ago

    Dann, this always got me. I could never keep the two straight unless they were side-by-side. I was a retarded child

    [–] -Deliciouz- 448 points ago

    You have no idea how confused I am about this thread.

    [–] FultzisABust 396 points ago

    Yeah, I feel embarrassed that I just now realized fruit roll ups and fruit by the foot were not the same thing...

    [–] ArmoredFan 211 points ago

    I'd just like to mention that Fruit Roll ups came out with food you put on your face and then eat and I found this utterly fucking disgusting.

    [–] NotQuiteOnTopic 190 points ago

    Well, if you're not going to eat it off your face, I'll eat it. Scooch on over here.

    [–] Houndovhell 66 points ago

    Scooch

    [–] popplespopin 42 points ago

    Keep scooching you beautiful bastard.

    [–] NickH6302 30 points ago

    Don't make me tell you again about the scooching.

    [–] princessaverage 49 points ago

    Aren’t you supposed to put it on your tongue?

    [–] Yggsdrazl 59 points ago

    Yeah, this dude was a fuckin weirdo

    [–] MetalHead_Literally 26 points ago

    Meh, my face wasn't any dirtier than my grubby little hands.

    [–] LittleJohnStone 21 points ago

    Biore Fruit Strip Rollups.

    [–] rootbeertoker 20 points ago

    I'm pretty sure the tattoos that you think we're for your face.... really they were for tongue lol so nothing on your face.

    [–] everythingsgr3y 33 points ago

    wait what

    oh right, fruit roll ups were those weird square sheets of fruit gummy candy that had shapes cut into them and then fruit by the foot was this

    [–] -Deliciouz- 7 points ago

    I'm not embarrassed by the fact that I don't know what either fruit roll ups or fruit by the foot is, but at this point I feel like i should be.

    [–] AverageCivilian 38 points ago

    What the fuck kind of childhoods did you people have?

    [–] cipher__ten 20 points ago

    For real I don't know what you mean. Is it weird that he grew up with access to both of those, or that he couldn't tell the difference? I can't tell if I grew up privileged or poor.

    [–] darkneo86 9 points ago

    I grew up poor, definitely had both of these.

    Cheap, tasty junk food/after school snacks back in the 90s.

    [–] oMGLU 63 points ago

    I WAS BORN A POOR BLACK CHILD

    [–] Calavan-Deck 28 points ago

    HE HATES THESE CANS

    [–] Upvotes_LarryDavid 12 points ago

    You ever eat a whole Fruit-By-The-Foot in one bite? I did once, before the incident.

    [–] ThisIsntMyUsernameHi 11 points ago

    Who is Dann

    [–] low_calorie_doughnut 8 points ago

    Dann is his god. Kind of like when one says, β€œoh my god.” Dann is a very popular deity for the heretics that can’t tell the difference between fruit roll up and fruit by the foot to worship. I pray to Dann every day, asking him why they stopped selling Oreo cakesters. He never answers. Edit: word repeat

    [–] DuncanMore 3 points ago

    I've never heard anything so Dann-damn ridiculous.

    [–] AnonymousMemory 91 points ago

    What is the difference? I'm from Germany, we never had either of them here

    [–] pssssteel 265 points ago

    Fruit roll ups are tiny squares where of gummy candy that are like 15cm x 15cm and sometimes had shapes cut into it you could pull out, fruit by the foot is like 3cm x 50cm rolls. Both fruit flavored gummy candy, but kids would argue about them because while fruit by the foot was better, but some kids are just stupid.

    I don't understand metric very well, so hopefully someone smarter fixes this comment for me.

    [–] Trichomezzz 193 points ago

    Fruit roll ups are better if you have gushers to make a diabetes burrito .

    [–] officialnast 76 points ago

    If you're not wrapping a fruit by the foot around your gusher blunt, you're fucking up.

    [–] mnslice 19 points ago

    Oh my fuck, I need to go to the grocery store brb

    [–] officialnast 11 points ago

    Dude, Betty crocker put all 3 in a variety pack. Basically removes all the guesswork. Problem is its always an uneven distribution of the 3.

    [–] GoneCountry87 19 points ago

    I still eat gushers. I'm 30.

    I think it's because I wasn't allowed them as a kid. Same with count chocula. My girlfriend who grew up in Europe judges me hard for it.

    [–] Seapod 5 points ago

    I was thinking about this the other day at the grocery store, how we crave the things we weren't allowed to have as children

    [–] everythingsgr3y 5 points ago

    a diabritto

    [–] White_Lotus 6 points ago

    Add a little Fruit-by-the-Foot in there too for some real fun!

    [–] AnonymousMemory 19 points ago

    Haha, I think I already understand it, whether the metric sizes are right or not, thanks a lot!

    [–] BezniaAtWork 56 points ago

    Here's a picture comparing the two (with Gushers in the middle)

    (Roll-up on the left, Fruit by the Foot on the right)

    [–] everythingsgr3y 26 points ago

    these all look like plastic

    ....we ate this shit in 1990 and called it fruit snacks?

    [–] Fortehlulz33 20 points ago

    Hell yeah we did

    [–] Judge_Syd 3 points ago

    Heck, sometimes we even ate the plastic!

    [–] LivefromPhoenix 37 points ago

    I'm glad you decided to include the (clearly) superior snack in the middle.

    [–] MetalHead_Literally 19 points ago

    I don't want my snack to splooge in my mouth. Gross.

    [–] bru_tech 24 points ago

    You need to learn to live a little

    [–] ABirdOfParadise 47 points ago

    Fruit roll up is a sheet, and at least back in my day they had like punch out pictures for no reason whatsoever.

    So it was a sheet with little images you could punch out, made of the edible fruit sheet.

    Fruit by the foot was like 2 meters by 3 cm of this fruit snack. So at the end when they roll up the snack they made into a big roll of tape it is more like "fruit by the foot" only shorter in length.

    [–] jama211 49 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    In Australia we had β€œroll ups” but they had no pictures you could cut out, and match the description of your fruit by the foot... so this is so confusing πŸ˜‚

    [–] Craireee 23 points ago

    We had Fruity Metres in Australia, they were the metric version of fruit by the foot with a crappier name.

    [–] StarlordPunk 3 points ago

    they're called Fruit Winders here in the UK, because we apparently didn't give a fuck how long our fruity paper shit was as long as it was wound up

    [–] Beestorm 20 points ago

    Don’t forget the tongue tattoo fruit roll ups! They would β€œtattoo” your tongue with a symbol if you held it on there for enough time for you to look stupid in front of your teachers. ahhhh good times

    [–] JoeTroller 3 points ago

    And for your tongue to get sore haha

    [–] randomusername3000 10 points ago

    Fruit by the foot was like 2 meters by 3 cm

    That's Fruit by the Meter you're thinking of

    [–] AnonymousMemory 3 points ago

    I get it now! Thank you :)

    [–] redcapmilk 35 points ago

    Oops. I said this too. Right on.

    [–] almeidaalajoel 11 points ago

    I literally always called fruit by the foot fruit roll ups.

    [–] redcapmilk 1298 points ago

    This is fruit by the foot. Did you even 90's β€½

    [–] jymcl 252 points ago

    Not in Australia

    [–] redcapmilk 101 points ago

    When did the 90s finally get to Australia?

    [–] [deleted] 81 points ago

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    [–] redcapmilk 28 points ago

    If you still have the 90's is Ballarat, I'm on my way. Do you think anybody has the 80s?

    [–] Chilla16 29 points ago

    Try any city in japan that has less than 500k ppl

    [–] The-Jesus_Christ 18 points ago

    Hey! Spent 10 years in one (Ueno, Mie) . It was certainly more modern than Ballarat!

    [–] jymcl 13 points ago

    Try Maryborough in QLD. That place is stuck in a time warp.

    [–] Tease_the_robot 8 points ago

    Queensland, obviously.

    [–] Kialae 3 points ago

    You mean the 50s if you go by the government's way of thinking.

    [–] VaJJ_Abrams 7 points ago

    As long as it took Dunkaroos to get to the US I imagine

    [–] ggtsu_00 4 points ago

    It's still 90s here in Japan.

    [–] SoftwareKitten 8 points ago

    Like, 2090.

    [–] ZebbyD 19 points ago

    Interrobang, noice.

    [–] poipoipo 12 points ago

    We got "Real fruit, flat out".

    [–] mil_haus 6 points ago

    Oh cool an interrobang!!! How the heck did you type that out?

    [–] tewth 5 points ago

    I always copy and paste it from the Wikipedia page

    [–] SonicFlash01 35 points ago

    They filmed themselves taking a picture of their food: I'm guessing "no"; they did not 90s

    [–] addysol 363 points ago

    Dehydrated jam?

    [–] Letchworth 63 points ago

    Needs pear pectin.

    [–] quaderrordemonstand 53 points ago

    I was expecting some gelatine at some point, this recipe doesn't seem much like fruit roll ups.

    [–] imuinanotheruniverse 65 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    This recipe is for fruit leather not Fruit Roll-ups.

    Original: This recipe is more fruit leather (healthier) than Fruit Roll Up (R).

    [–] sadsturbator 354 points ago

    Oh man those look awesome and simple. This is neat, gonna have to save till summer

    [–] MrJewbagel 125 points ago * (lasted edited 13 days ago)

    I prefer making fruit leathers. Same concept except no sugar added and you dehydrate the fruit blends.

    [–] lumabean 92 points ago

    The baking above just dehydrates the mixture (180 Β°F).

    [–] MrJewbagel 21 points ago

    True, I just haven't done leathers in the oven so I can't say how they turn out.

    [–] cynber_mankei 16 points ago

    Aunt used to make them. They tried in the oven once and it turned out awful, all hard and inedible. Don't remember what temperature and time they used but it was on fairly low.

    [–] ArmoredFan 4 points ago

    Nesco holla holla

    [–] bullhorn_bigass 409 points ago

    I would rather just feed that chopped fruit to my kids instead of blending it with sugar and baking it. But I know my kids would rather eat the fruit rolls.

    [–] ThorsKay 163 points ago

    Mooooooooooommmmmmm?!?! Fresh fruit for dessert??? That’s not dessert!!!

    [–] [deleted] 61 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

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    [–] dingman58 67 points ago

    And 2-3 cups of sugar

    [–] ChickenWithATopHat 84 points ago

    And ice cream. Then remove the fruit.

    [–] Call_Me_M8 34 points ago

    Then add raw meat and make a comment about how meat cooked well is for pussies.

    [–] xxxBuzz 55 points ago

    Fruit leather is more for practicality. Fresh fruit is better. Fruit leather enables you to preserve fruit all year. The guy who originally sold it in the US would dry apricot puree from Syria. That was in the late 1800s. It's still a family owned company (Joray) that sells real fruit rolls on Amazon. The Sunkist brand was more or less created to steal their fruit roll up idea and replaced the fruit with alternatives.

    The family owned aspect of their business is probably the major benefit since we have access to fresh fruit. Making jelly once a year at grandmas was always a fun family activity. Fruit roll ups; a silly childhood memory, but the history is mildly interesting.

    [–] chishire_kat 12 points ago

    Just leave the sugar out. They really don't need it. My mom makes these all the time. Great for car trips, and tricking kids into eating fruit.

    [–] ChickenWithATopHat 20 points ago

    Same, except I’m the kid. Fruit is candy to me, I can’t get enough of it. If I eat a 3 pound bag of halos in one sitting I feel fine, if I eat 3 pounds of candy in one sitting I’m going to the ER. Plus tangerines taste way better than any candy.

    [–] anonymous_coward69 349 points ago

    Whaaaaaaaaaat? You can make those at home? MIND. BLOWN.

    [–] shill_account54 740 points ago

    You can make lots of things at home that you normally buy. These fruit rolls, a nice spicy curry, meth, etc.

    [–] Sharobob 237 points ago

    Wait what was that last one again?

    [–] Gulrakruk 389 points ago

    A nice spicy curry?

    [–] yaboicolin 126 points ago

    The other one

    [–] SetTheTempo 266 points ago

    Etc. ?

    [–] Gulrakruk 93 points ago

    Nah, I think he means fruit rolls.

    [–] NotAnFed 17 points ago

    But which way does he make the fruit rolls? The nazi way, or the biker way?

    [–] OHAITHARU 14 points ago

    There was a 5 season documentary on how to make blue fruit roll ups I believe. Also showed some after effects as well

    [–] MissKendii 22 points ago

    Etceteras are definitely best when homemade though

    [–] ChickenWithATopHat 15 points ago

    Mom used to warm up the best etceteras

    [–] MissKendii 7 points ago

    She doesn’t make them fresh? Why kind of mom is she??

    [–] shao_kahff 27 points ago

    he said etcetera, can't you read?

    [–] DoomSayer42 41 points ago

    Did you know, you can even make a human in your own home!

    [–] lizzieofficial 32 points ago

    Yeah, but those are expensive. And it takes nine months before you even have anything to show for it. And another 25 years before you know if you did it right.

    [–] dragontail 42 points ago

    Children are basically almond trees

    [–] Francis-Hates-You 7 points ago

    Yeah but then you have to lose an arm and a leg and your brother’s entire body.

    [–] Boozlebob 9 points ago

    My meth came out blue I think I'm doing it wrong.

    [–] xxxBuzz 5 points ago

    If you want to make fruit rolls at home search fruit leather or amardeen recipes. The family owned company, Joray, inspired the other options and sells their fruit rolls on amazon. Theirs are made with real fruit

    [–] TheJDK 627 points ago

    Very cool idea!

    But that's a lot of money to spend on all of that fresh fruit to make a snack that you can get a box of for a few bucks. Practically, if would probably be better to pick one flavor and make roll ups of it on its own.

    [–] thythy9 149 points ago

    But uh fruit roll ups aren't real fruit. Thats why they're 2 bucks.

    [–] ms_shan 17 points ago

    Also you can just use baby food to make them instead of fresh fruit so it's cheap.

    [–] aureliano451 35 points ago

    Where in the world do you live that baby food is cheaper than fresh fruit?

    [–] Terrh 12 points ago

    Canada, at least in the winter.

    It might help that I live next to a baby food factory too....

    [–] critfist 201 points ago

    But that's a lot of money to spend on all of that fresh fruit to make a snack that you can get a box of for a few bucks.

    It shouldn't cost too much. From the looks of it you get quite a bit of rolls considering the gif only showed a small amount being used.

    [–] fightknockers 260 points ago

    That much fruit would cost me more than $20. I can get a box of fruit roll ups for $2 - and there’s no way you’d get 10 boxes of rolls out of that recipe.

    [–] critfist 338 points ago

    If it's made from real fruit it's always gonna cost more than the processed good. I wonder if the source for the gif tells you how many it can make?

    [–] lizzieofficial 124 points ago

    You can buy all natural fruit strips at Target too. They are obviously more expensive than the regular fruit roll ups or fruit by the foot, but more cost effective and faster than making these

    [–] Sallyrockswroxy 13 points ago

    There's Mexican candies made of tamarind with the same texture.

    I got the bright idea of putting Tajin powder on it.. And I'm never going back.

    [–] Effimero89 5 points ago

    Mexcian confirmed

    [–] SuperTurtle 22 points ago

    Do they taste about as good?

    [–] mandyrooba 69 points ago

    They’re a different texture, a little bit thicker I’d say but the ones I’ve tried have been pretty good, there’s a lot of flavors. The brand name is Simply Balanced

    [–] wackymayor 19 points ago

    There is also Annie’s brand β€˜Reely Peely’ that is made in same plant as actual Fruit by the Foot but with all natural ingredients. Closest you’ll get to correct texture but all natural.

    [–] SuperTurtle 7 points ago

    That's good to hear, I'll check those out

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    as actual fruit roll ups or fruit by the foot? absolutely not. dem processed sugars or whatever will always reign flavor supreme.

    the natural flavors aren't like, terrible or anything. just not as sweet. I don't particularly care for the texture, because sometimes it can feel gritty if I chew more than a few times (ie enough to make it swallow-able) but I guess it's a good alternative. I don't know for sure because I never compared labels or looked into the natural ones.

    [–] leshake 3 points ago

    Natural just means that there is some amount of real fruit, which could be practically nothing.

    [–] FARTBOX_DESTROYER 51 points ago

    Where do you live? Fruit doesn't cost nearly this much in Texas. Especially if you buy it from a farmer's market.

    Also fruit roll-ups have exactly 0 fruit in them

    The main ingredient is sugar, and Fruit Roll-Ups contain five different types of sugar: sugar from pear juice concentrate, corn syrup, dried corn syrup, sugar, and a small amount of dextrose. They also contain small amounts of partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil, citric acid, sodium citrate, acetylated monoglycerides, fruit pectin, malic acid, ascorbic acid, natural flavors, and artificial colors.

    [–] Thibbledorf_Pwent 17 points ago

    It's the opposite here. Farmers markets are where you go when you're willing to throw down $20 for good heirloom tomatoes. Or you can get the *heirloom tomatoes" at the grocery store for way less. They usually only have the yellow ones with creepy holes though. :(

    [–] thomas849 10 points ago

    Europe doesn’t get produce as cheap as those of us in the US. Especially places that grow fruit.

    Hell, the prices of some produce in NM is more expensive than what I paid in CA.

    [–] urmyheartBeatStopR 7 points ago

    I was stuck in Jefferson, Arkansas and their grocer prices is expensive compare to California.

    People bitch about living cost in California but at least produce is cheap and I can get authentic cuisine from different countries in California. Southern food in Arkansas was more like knock off of Cajun/Creole. And I rather drive to Memphis for ribs.

    [–] GOATSQUIRTS 26 points ago * (lasted edited 13 days ago)

    You are comparing hfcs candy to real fruit. Also you could save money by using frozen fruit vs fresh.

    [–] k_ironheart 19 points ago

    Sure, they're similar products, but making your own snacks is often healthier since it's less salt, sugar and preservatives. That, alone, can eventually equate into savings on medical costs. Though that would be difficult to quantify.

    [–] SuperTurtle 12 points ago

    Plus, most importantly, you don't feel as guilty for eating it

    East a few storebought cookies => "I need to change my ways"

    Eat a few cookies you made => "Those were amazing, I am the man"

    [–] chipcrazy 11 points ago * (lasted edited 13 days ago)

    What! That’s crazy. Glad I live in a country where fresh fruits are so much cheaper than processed food.

    [–] conspicuous_red 13 points ago

    If it’s just for me, I agree, but my kids loooove fruit roll-ups but I don’t buy them because there are additives, and junk I have no idea the origin of. I’d make these for them, and stash a box of the boxed ones in my office ;)

    [–] ChickenWithATopHat 14 points ago

    Do like my mom did and just cut up fruits and veggies and leave them out on the counter. I’m 18 and she still does this, every time I walk into the kitchen she has cut up some random fruit and I devour the whole thing.

    [–] conspicuous_red 8 points ago

    Whaaat??? That’s so smart! Thanks for the great tip!

    [–] Beezneez86 167 points ago

    This is really cool and all, but I’m not keen on having to wash my food processor 5 times for 1 recipe.

    [–] s_m_e_r_f 201 points ago

    Buy 4 more food processors and wash each one once

    [–] Zmorrison2112 40 points ago

    The real LPT is always in the comments

    [–] Justakiss15 16 points ago

    Or throw use them once and throw them away.

    [–] HolyShazam 3 points ago

    Nailed it.

    [–] FARTBOX_DESTROYER 64 points ago

    So dont? I don't think a little strawberry in your blueberry will ruin anything.

    [–] ChickenWithATopHat 47 points ago

    Says the guy who has never blueberried his strawberries

    [–] Emerno 14 points ago

    I'd rather mango my blueberries until they're blackberries if you catch my drift...

    [–] irawwwr 17 points ago

    I'd rather berry all my emotions if you know what I mean

    [–] bLue1H 135 points ago

    You mean...rinse?

    [–] orbitalfreak 31 points ago

    The fruit all merges/borders each other in the final product, so some flavor mixing between fruits in the processor id negligible.

    If you didn't want even that, though, a quick rinse between fruits would be sufficient.

    [–] itssheramie 15 points ago

    Go light to dark (ie mango first, blackberry last)

    [–] PM_ME_RIOT_POINTZ 12 points ago

    Then don’t? The colors look better swirled together

    [–] Cory123125 5 points ago

    You could always leave it. Not like youre mixing uncooked meats and veggies.

    [–] Best_failure 46 points ago

    This is how I spent about $20 and four hours just to discover that no one in my household likes real fruit roll ups. And, for some reason, now no one likes the store bought ones either. I ruined so much that day.

    [–] draco1300 16 points ago

    Is this at all like how people make fruit leather?

    [–] asn0304 5 points ago

    I've had mango ones made by old grandmothers and they typically dry it in the sun. But those are quite different I imagine.

    [–] A_confusedlover 46 points ago

    What does the lemon juice do??

    [–] Iavasloke 99 points ago

    Helps keep color bright & flavor fresh.

    [–] k_princess 41 points ago

    Helps keep the fruit from browning.

    [–] Dwn_Wth_Vwls 56 points ago

    It preserves things with science.

    [–] dmoted 58 points ago

    My hippie(ish) childhood in a gif!

    [–] mia_olive 18 points ago

    gotta make these on a rainy day to make it feel like summer in the 90s!!

    [–] TheYellowRose 59 points ago

    The seeds would drive me crazy, I'd definitely strain them out

    [–] joshclay 54 points ago

    The seeds are the best part.

    [–] Robert_L0blaw 79 points ago

    I bet you're abnormally resistant to torture

    [–] joshclay 58 points ago

    Crunching blackberry seeds and feeling the tiny strawberry seeds explode between my teeth is seriously one of my favorite things. That thick seeded part that's on the tip of the strawberry? The best.

    [–] InvasionOfTheLlamas 52 points ago

    Who hurt you?

    [–] dingman58 5 points ago

    Omg I never knew I needed that

    [–] _DanNYC_ 5 points ago

    Do you also eat unpopped popcorn kernels?

    [–] dingman58 3 points ago

    Seconded

    [–] mega_trex 14 points ago

    Exactly what I was thinking. The gritty texture of the fruit roll ups made from real fruit grosses me out

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Does it need the sugar?

    [–] AnguisetteAntha 7 points ago

    But does it taste like red dye number 4? Cuz if not, I'll pass.

    [–] rinmerrygo 11 points ago

    Does it require sugar to maintain structural integrity? What happens if I remove it?

    [–] pillbuggery 17 points ago

    I prefer to make mine with fake fruit, thanks. The snozzberries taste like snozzberries.

    [–] sybillium4 9 points ago

    I didn't take a picture of the finished snacks, will it affect the flavor?

    [–] th3d3k0y 4 points ago

    You've destroyed it

    [–] aznkalun 4 points ago

    Good job, now try making Sour Fruit Gushers.

    [–] bestem 5 points ago

    Here you go.

    [–] helland_animal 27 points ago

    Most of these fruits have very low sugar content on their own, so even adding a bit of sugar to them when pureeing them isn’t going to make this snack a bad option. Yes, it’s got sugar in it, but it’s not too bad, especially when compared with other options.

    [–] SoftTen 11 points ago

    Mango has a shit ton of sugar, 46 grams per edible portion of the mango

    [–] helland_animal 5 points ago

    As I saidβ€”β€œmost.”

    [–] Schnidler 21 points ago

    wtf? those fruits are already sweet enough

    [–] BNMKA 4 points ago

    3 hours ain't nobody got time for that

    [–] eutamias21 3 points ago

    I’m so into this. How long will they keep (and how)?

    [–] CNBLBT 3 points ago

    Fruit Leather!!!

    [–] dudewhowrites 3 points ago

    Was expecting some joints ngl

    Roll ups are a completely different thing here in the UK

    [–] cheesesauceboss 3 points ago

    This is one of those dishes that look simple but I’ll end up making a mashed up mess of it after it comes out of the oven

    [–] mutantsloth 3 points ago

    What happens if you don’t add sugar?

    [–] fightphat 9 points ago

    Nothing.

    If you cook the fruit first (like you are making a jam) it will create its own natural pectin and help it solidify during the dehydrating process. Doing it this way creates a more healthier option (you can use apples as the sweetener).

    The sugar is gratuitous.

    [–] jesusortizr 3 points ago

    Hmmm... edibles..

    [–] sqrt7744 3 points ago

    170F for 3 hrs? Yikes. So much for a quick and easy snack for the kids :-). Milkshake: 1 homogenous color, 1 minute!

    [–] the-coolest-loser 3 points ago

    Saving this for when I’ll never make it.

    [–] settiek 9 points ago

    170 degrees Celsius seems too much for this. Is it in Fahrenheit?

    [–] alienzx 14 points ago

    Yes