Spice Up Mainstream Food With This ‘Hipster Dust’ (Use With Irony)

Tired of posers with non-Macs crowding your local non-chain coffee shop? Feel that ‘putting a bird on it‘ has gone too mainstream? Then may we interest you in a little Hipster Dust?

Yes, really.

This totally not mainstream spice blend is called – wait for it – Hipster Dust. Now, you should know, if you’re a real hipster, you won’t touch the stuff — as everyone knows no hipster ever admits to being one. Unless, of course, you used it ironically. But then things start getting complicated.

Anyway, despite its weird name and Williamsburg origin, the stuff can apparently be used to add some kick (and/or smug sense of  superiority) to pastas, salads, etc. Although, we wouldn’t recommend it for that espresso you’re sipping. Still, you can get a one cent sample of it, with no shipping. So, maybe it’s worth the inevitable fallout.

Because, seriously, who would willingly sprinkle something called “Hipster Dust” on their food? That’s why we have Sriracha, folks.

2 oz tin of Hipster Dust: $5 @ Hipster Dust

via Cool Material

By Aziza Sullivan

Aziza Sullivan has always enjoyed three things in excess: food, writing, and sleeping. While the first two are happily combined, the third tends to get in the way, since it turns out the average reader is uninterested in sleep blogs. She also enjoys coffee, probably too much, if there is such a thing.

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