Washington DC-area restaurant Sticky Rice recently launched — then watched plummet back to Earth — a few of their famous Godzirra Rolls — nice! The space sushi was fastened to a plate, prepped for the elements, and sent well above the clouds. Check it out here…
If that package of Tang isn’t enough to make you feel like a real astronaut, then perhaps it’s time to suck some freeze-dried pot roast through a tube.
Leftover from NASA’s Apollo lunar program — the ‘moon food’ is currently on sale to the highest bidder in an online auction.
Amazingly unappetizing but wholly unique freeze-dried ‘moon food.’ This particular example, labeled “Beef Pot Roast,” measures 2 x 3.5 x .75 and rests within a 5 x 6.5 sealed pouch to which a nozzle is attached. The label also bears the simple heating instructions: “3 oz. hot water. 5-10 minutes.” All of the food was prepared by adding hot or cold water through the nozzle. The food was then squeezed into the mouth through a flat tube stored in the package.