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For better or for worse, a lot of people on the internet think Tide Pods look delicious. For better or for worse, I am one of them.

So I was thrilled to see that according to r/food, a friend of Redditor dweron appears to have successfully made edible Tide Pods in sushi form — a feat I am now affectionately calling "the dream."

To be clear, this isn`t the first time the topic of edible Pods has been broached online. There`s been a hypothetical recipe floating around for a few days now. But that one — let`s be honest — seems pretty flavorless, and this one looks a little more appetizing. It even appears to have retained that iconic Tide Pod squish. Read more...

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