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KFC Created A ‘Zinger’ Sandwich Out Of A Meteor, Sells It For $20,000

Kentucky Fried Chicken isn’t really one’s first thought when it comes to vegan food. The predominately chicken-based menu can attest to that.

The fried chicken chain, however, created a nifty one-of-a-kind item sent from the stars earlier this month reports Design Taxi. They took a meteorite and sculpted it in the image of the iconic zinger chicken sandwich out of the space rock.

A vegan couple purchased the inedible item for $20,000.

The buyer’s husband was once a fan of the chicken sandwich before giving up meat. This inedible galactic shadow of his past will forever serve as a bittersweet reminder of a small joy he once had from eating KFC.

At least, every time he walks past his mantle.

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Hit-Or-Miss

Dogfish Releases Beer Made with Actual Meteorites

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Ever wonder what’d it be like in the future to hit up a bar on the other side of the galaxy, have some moon beer and maybe even get into a drunken fight with a 8-foot-tall space slug? Well, maybe you can have one out of three.

In celebration of the fall equinox, The Dogfish Head Brewery is going out of this world to make a special kind of ale that can’t be found anywhere else on the planet. The Delaware-based company created what they proudly call their Celest-Jewel-Ale, which is made from lunar meteorites. The meteorites were first crushed into dust and steeped like tea in an Oktoberfest beverage.

The moon dust is made mostly of minerals and salts, which help the fermentation process, ironically adding a more earthiness texture to the drink. Dogfish acquired the lunar meteorites via ILC, a design and development company that makes spacesuits for NASA.

Celest-Jewel-Ale, at 5% ABV and 25 IBUs, is definitely a limited time brew at Dogfish and only available at Dogfish Head’s pub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Once it’s gone, there’s literally nothing in this world that would taste the same.

H/T Dogfish Head + PicThx ILC, Dover.  J