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Egg-Tastic

Egg-Tastic makes scrambled eggs easy, and it's being offered for only $9.99, today only, originally $14.99. Crack your egg right in the ceramic pot, mix in ingredients of your choice and microwave to enjoy fast, fluffy, flavorful eggs every time right in your microwave. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.

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Death Wish Coffee

Death Wish Coffee may sound familiar, and that's because they recently aired a commercial during the Super Bowl that went viral online as well. Each 12-ounce cup contains a whopping 660mg of caffeine (3-times standard coffee) using a Robusta varietal bean, which is far more potent than the Arabica varietal coffee shops in the US brew with. "Not for the weak. Our special blend of beans are inspected before and after the roasting process to ensure proper roast consistency and bean density," said the company. Get some here now. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of nitrogen street ice cream being made.

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Captain America Waffle Maker

This Captain America Waffle Maker has been a hot item online recently, and it's all because Robert Downey Jr. posted a status update with a few pictures. While an Arc Reactor model may be in the works, this one works exactly as expected...cooking up a shield-shaped treat. On a related note, did you know that the word "waffle" first appears in the English language in 1725 - "Waffles. Take flower, cream...? Get one here now. Click here to view some creative and geeky ways to eat waffles.

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Death Star BBQ

The Death Star Barbecue does not require "The Force", and has the power to annihilate just about any type of food you place on the grill. If you have friends who love Star Wars over, don't settle for your run-of-the-mill grill, bust this out and terrorize the outer rim planets, or just cook a nice rack of ribs. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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NYC Black Tap Eatery Milkshake

Photo credit: Jenny Flake via MyModernMet

Thanks to the power of Photoshop, you really can't just anything people post online anymore, including the alleged latest Powerball jackpot winning tickets. However, none of these insane milkshakes from NYC's Black Tap have received digital enhancements. Flavors include: Birthday cake (above), Cotton Candy, Cookie Dough, S'mores, Caramel Apple and lots more. Continue reading to see some of the most popular flavors that are sure to appeal to food geeks.

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Foodscapes Carl Warner

Carl Warner is an artist who specializes in creating "Foodscapes", or surreal scenes using only food, rather than computer imagery. Ingredients used include: deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables (broccoli above) and bread. He's been working in the advertising and photography industries for over 25-years, so he knows a thing or two about eye-catching designs. This series received international recognition back in 2008, and he's been going strong ever since. Continue reading to see all 22 scenes. Click here to view a few bonus images.

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Sliced Chocolate

H/T: Bored Panda

Love chocolate and grilled cheese sandwiches? It may be time to rejoice, as Japan-based Bourbon has released sliced chocolate that looks exactly like the American cheese slices you're used to seeing in supermarkets. You get five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices per package, but unfortunately, they will set you back a cool $27USD. Continue reading for more pictures and information. click here to view some bizarre chip flavors from around the world.

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Crystal Pepsi

You read that right, fans of the clear concoction from the 90s can now rejoice! Crystal Pepsi is officially returning, but only for a limited run, until summer 2016, when it's set to hit retailers in the US. For now, they're releasing 13,000 six-packs of the beverage that can be won via the mobile app or online. If you've never heard of the beverage, initial sales were good, but quickly fell. By the fall of 1993, Pepsi pulled the drink off the market, and the final batches were delivered to retailers during the first few months of 1994. Pepsi returned several months later with a reformulated citrus drink titled Crystal From Pepsi, but this was short-lived as well. Continue reading for another video of the updated packaging and more information. Click here to view the classic bottles and cans.

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Oreo Churros

Oreo Churros have now become a reality, or at least the version that doesn't require you visit a theme park or county fair. These chocolate twisty treats are not only crispy, but are coated in sugar and stuffed with a fluffier version of the cookie's famous cream center. Now splitting this evenly, and dipping them in milk might be a problem, but we're sure a cup of frosting on the side is a fair trade off. Click here to view more pictures of Oreo Churros. Continue reading for another DIY video on how to make your own.

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LED Indoor Farm

Mirai Co. partnered with GE Japan to transform a former Sony Corporation semiconductor factory into the world's largest LED indoor farm. The farm is already producing and shipping out a minimum of 10,000 heads of lettuce per day. Spanning 25,000-square-feet, it's almost half the size of a football field, and comes equipped with 17,500 LED lights spread over 18 cultivation racks reaching 15 levels high. The LEDs were specially designed for the project by GE, and emit light at wavelengths for optimal plant growth, enabling Japanese plant physiologist Shigeharu Shimamura, CEO of Mirai Co., to control the night-and-day cycle and accelerate production. Continue reading for another video and more information.

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