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This Machine Claims To Make Omelettes On A Stick

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Making an omelette can get messy. If you’re not one who dreads tackling those dishes after making a hearty breakfast of eggs, maybe there’s a machine that’ll keep things simpler.

The Rollie creates an egg dish simply by cracking a few eggs into the machine and uses what they call “vertical cooking technology” to take the breakfast staple the rest of the way to flavor town ville. You just leave a skewer stick in the middle of your egg and when it’s done, the machine spits it back out in a cylindrical form that pretty much resembles … a log.

Yes, you can now eat eggs in long churro-shaped logs. While supposedly retaining the taste and texture of an omelette, the breakfast protein can be eaten on a stick or cut up like mini banana slices.

Yum. 

Because sarcasm doesn’t transfer too well in textual form, we think it’s gross AF. We’re just going to deal with doing those dishes and eat some real eggs.

If you are interested in the Rollie, however, you can purchase a unit from their online store for $25.

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.

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