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This Bay Area Donut Shop Makes The World’s First Glow-In-The-Dark Pastry

If there’s one place in California that could be considered the Mecca of innovation and cutting-edge entrepreneurship, Silicon Valley would be the leading candidate. So it seems fitting that one of the most mind-boggling and innovative donuts ever created would be be found in the center of the South Bay region.

Thanks to the experimental minds at Psycho Donuts, a Campbell, California-based, mental ward-themed artisan donut and art shop, Bay Area donut connoisseurs have seen the light of what true culinary innovation looks like.

Part donuts, part light show, these tasty treats are deliciously fascinating. By adding pulverized vitamin B pills into the dough, Psycho Donuts created a treat that actually glows under an ultraviolet blacklight. Yes, they actually glow in the dark.

These fruit-flavored, glowing goodies are made with Hansen’s Natural Soda and lime juice. Currently, lime and pomegranate are making the rounds around the world’s first donut asylum.

By delivering a sensory experience, Psycho Donuts has built an iconic reputation for itself and it’s easy to see why. So, if you’re crazy about donuts, stop by Psycho Donuts to see and taste what all the hype is about.


Created in partnership with Hansen’s Soda


Man Buys Meat From Farmers’ Market in China — Discovers That It Glows In The Dark


One man’s shocking pork discovery will not be helping the poor reputation of meat from China.

A man, surnamed Jian, from Leshan, China, found that pork he had purchased at a farmers’ market glowed blue while in the dark, reports the People’s Daily Online (via Daily Mail).

He had purchased 92 pounds of pork for around 600 yuan ($91) to make sausages.

After cutting up the meat and adding kimchi salt to it, Jian placed it in a bucket to marinate overnight on Jan. 4.


When he woke up the next morning at 5 a.m. to get a cup of water, however, he found that there was a blue glow emanating from the bucket.

“In darkness, the bucket of pork looked like fireflies,” he said.

Related:WTF: Ranchers Claim To Have Found A Pig With Glowing Blue Insides

Food and drug administration officials who tested the meat said the the blue light may have been caused by high levels of phosphorus in the pigs’ diet. According to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, although phosphorus is a “vital nutrient for pig growth,” they do “ not always digest it well.”


This isn’t the first time meat purchased by a Chinese consumer made unusual headlines. In June of last year, a woman from Shandong Province found the raw steak she had purchased twitching after she brought it home from the butcher.

Written by NextShark


Glow in the Dark Ice Cream Costs $225 Per Scoop


Ice cream rules, even when there’s something offbeat or unusual about it (see: Facebook-flavored and spaghetti ice cream). Our latest find gives even the strangest of varieties a run for their money, because this ice cream glows in the dark.

Food inventor Charlie Harry Francis of Lick Me I’m Delicious came up with this never-before-seen creation that is, in fact, edible. So what’s the secret behind the glow? It’s caused by “calcium activated proteins that react when they are agitated,” AKA the stuff that makes jellyfish glow. Basically, if you lick the ice cream, it starts to radiate light!

Unfortunately, the ice cream would set you back $225 per scoop, because apparently jellyfish glow is expensive. Francis achieved the same result another way though, using “quinine from tonic to make a glow in the UV dark gin and tonic sorbet,” which we can only assume is a bit more affordable.

Picthx Lick Me I’m Delicious