The Yolkfish Will Adorably Separate Your Eggs

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Separating an egg yolk from the white can be a tricky process — with the cracking and the back and forth action. That of course, was before the Yolkfish.

Brought to us by Peleg Design – just give the Yolkfish a squeeze, let it wrap its big fish mouth around a yolk, and then it’ll adorably regurgitate the yolk into a different bowl.

Watch the little sucker in action…

[link, via designboom]

‘Eat More Fish,’ Says The Dancing Sushi

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How do you get people to eat more fish? Interpretive dance, of course. These pro-fish ads were created by the Norwegian Seafood Council, and star the appropriately-named The Human Sushi dance troupe.

Of course, the standard unitards and flailing arms isn’t enough, so the dancers are dressed as various sushi components — coming together awkwardly at the end to represent the finished product. Yeah, that’ll do.

[via BuzzFeed Food]

Gutted Mackerel Pencil Case

Keeping with Japan’s tradition of great seafood, and deterring others from touching their pencils — is the Hokke Mackerel Pencil Case by Japan Trend Shop. Designed, a bit too well, to resemble a split mackerel — the case will hold any of your school or work supplies where its innards once were.

[link, via Gizmodo]

Amigurumi Fish That Turns Into Sushi

Irene Kiss created an amigurumi fish that instantly turns into a piece of sushi. If it were only that easy.

[link, via Craft]

Glow In The Dark Sushi Exists

We’ve seen it on a stick, immortalized in LEGOS, and now it glows in the dark. Glowing Sushi is a new and rather disturbing food trend, and the fish used are 100% real. GloFish, as they are known, are genetically-modified zebrafish that were originally used for environmental purposes to help indicate a contaminated river. The GloFish technology was then used on pet fish to help add some flair to your home aquarium.

Now, the fluorescent fish are being rolled up in rice and adding further insult to sushi culture. Brought to us by a few members of  The Center for Genomic Gastronomy, they created three different rolls including; Kryptonite Rolls, Stop and Glow Nigirizushi and ‘Not in California’ Rolls. California is currently the only state that does not allow the sale of glowing fish. Good call Arnold.

[Glowing Sushi, via Oddity Central]