Japan Continues To Win The WTF Food Olympics By Creating Vegetable Ice Cream

April 21, 2014 / Posted by:

While Canada is carelessly stacking pizzas on top of each other to to create a disgusting meat and cheese sadness orgy, and America is saying “fuck it” and just shitting pizza toppings all over piles of fried chicken, Japan is out there trying to postpone our impending heart attacks by making garbage food just a little less terrible for you. Bless your little Hello Kitty heart, Japan.

In an attempt to make ice cream just a bit better for you, Häagen-Dazs Japan has released two new ice cream flavours that combine delicious ice cream with boring vegetables (sounds like a match made in Hell). The “Spoon Vege” ice creams will be released in May, and flavours include Carrot-Orange and Tomato-Cherry. But regardless of which flavour you choose, you should make sure to keep the cup it came in, because you’ll need something to collect your barf (what I’m trying to say is, these look super gross and will probably make you vomit).

And yet, I know that if I lived in Japan, I’d end up buying these all the time as a way to convince myself I’m eating healthy (cut to me scooping Spoon Vege ice cream into the trash and using the empty container as a Crunchy Cheetos holder).

via Buzzfeed

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