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Goth Foodies Jump On Black-Dyed Food Trend

May 31, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Food dyed black is capturing the attention of foodies around the globe, thanks to social media sites like Instagram. Included in the trend are macarons, macaroons, bread, burgers, cumin croissants, puffed rice crackers, ice cream, and hot dog and burger buns. Squid ink is one of the main dyes used to blacken food, but some chefs are using charcoal, black sesame, seaweed, or fulvic acid (a component of dirt). As the Daily Mail says, “Black food is taking over the world.”
Lauren Ingram, "Forget the rainbow craze, food is now going goth! New trend sees everything from ice-cream to burger buns dyed BLACK", Daily Mail, May 31, 2016, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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