Have you seen food rot?
You all know the feeling: suddenly we fall back on that package of food that one day we keep, and without knowing very well why it fell into oblivion. We know what we are going to find and still we open it, separating our faces in the hope that the disgust is less, but no, there it is, maybe green, maybe white, surely rotten and inedible. To get there, the food has followed a process that we do not see, but that in view of this time-lapse, is spectacular.
In it we see how dishes with food at room temperature rot for 12 days. Contemplating the scene produces equal parts repulsion and amazement (warning for sailors) and adds an element that we did not have: movement, because during the days when the camera focuses on the food, it moves in some cases. However, the sliced bread remains impassive on his plate, still like a Don Tancredo, much more discreet in his degradation.
Come and see, if your sensitivity allows it, the scene. Surely after this we take more care of the food we keep, lest a rebellion break out inside the refrigerator. I'm already working on it.
Via | Gizmodo Directly to the Paladar | Tricks to determine if an egg is fresh or not En Directo al Paladar | Ancient duck eggs
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