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theartoffood:

I been thinking about reflective foods lately. If you think about it, shiny foods only exist in nature as tight-skinned fruits and veg that have been polished up to sell faster. Being reflective is an unnatural state.
One of the key arguments to a healthy lifestyle is to eat only that which you find in nature, naturally.  That’s why eating food that has colors such as hot pink and acid green usually have you regretting your attraction to the prettiness later.  But what about reflective foods? 
I’m trying to find foods that when I look at them, instead of seeing the food, I see my own face staring back.  Jell-O, puddings, candy, frosting, chemically-coated fruit, honey…
Apart from the honey, most of these foods are chemically modified/enhanced.  As are those that have abnormal coloring. 
So my question is; are there other natural occurring reflective foods? What are they?
I shall report on this upon investigation…

theartoffood:

I been thinking about reflective foods lately. If you think about it, shiny foods only exist in nature as tight-skinned fruits and veg that have been polished up to sell faster. Being reflective is an unnatural state.

One of the key arguments to a healthy lifestyle is to eat only that which you find in nature, naturally.  That’s why eating food that has colors such as hot pink and acid green usually have you regretting your attraction to the prettiness later.  But what about reflective foods? 

I’m trying to find foods that when I look at them, instead of seeing the food, I see my own face staring back.  Jell-O, puddings, candy, frosting, chemically-coated fruit, honey…

Apart from the honey, most of these foods are chemically modified/enhanced.  As are those that have abnormal coloring. 

So my question is; are there other natural occurring reflective foods? What are they?

I shall report on this upon investigation…

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