Known for its rich, black color, Squid ink has been used in cuisine for centuries and now you can buy it in a jar!
We actually like squid ink pasta, even if it makes us look like the toothless Dragon from the animated movie “How to Train Your Dragon.” But since we have access to this jar, we can now enjoy our squid ink straight out of our kitchen.
What can we say, it's uranium, it's radioactive and somehow it's... legal? As far as we know. Thank goodness Kim Jong Un doesn't have access to the Internet.
For all the chemical nerds out there who miss doing experiments in the lab, they can now order this online. Best be careful, though, and practice all the necessary safety measures to avoid any uncalled-for consequences.
You know you've reached a certain age when you start getting excited about lamps… but here we are.
Each year, as we look towards another dark and cold winter, we'd like to set up our interior for some earthy decor that also exudes a bit of warmth and color. You can find handmade versions of these lamps on Etsy too. These are probably one of our favorite items on this list.
They might be called century eggs, but these preserved eggs aren't really 100 years old... though they might as well be.
While there's really no appropriate analog for eggs, preserved eggs are a fairly common dish in China, and nowadays, everyone wants to spice up their egg game with a little more flavor. A little of these preserved eggs goes a long way, so we don't recommend eating them on their own.
Basically, every novel purchase is like a game of chance: you might find a fantastic new food to enjoy when you're out of ideas. But probably not.
Trust us when we say, wild rabbits are extremely difficult to catch. This is another example of 21st-century technology intervening to make our lives a lot easier. Less fun, but definitely easier.