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Sounds Quality: Spaghetti That Cooks In 8-Seconds

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Allegedly 8 Second Spaghetti from Royal Chef can cook in boiling water in 8-seconds. How, I don't know, presumably because it's already been cooked (or made from 100% unnatural, cancer-causing ingredients) and you're just heating it up. Kind of like how SpaghettiO's are ready to go STRAIGHT FROM THE CAN. Just pop the top, stab a fork in there, and cross your fingers you get a mini-meatball. Speaking of -- the last time I ate SpaghettiO's one of the meatballs had something hard in it. I was going to spit it out to see what it was but I was afraid I might get grossed out and turned off to SpaghettiO's and they're really important to me so I just swallowed it. If I had to guess though I'd say it was a tooth.

Hit the jump for a video of an 8-second cooking in process.

Thanks to PYY, who still cooks pasta the old fashioned way: with love. Just like your Italian grandma used to. "But I'm German." That's what you think!

There are Comments.
  • Mils

    the 'something hard' in the spaghettiO's meatball makes me literately burst in laugh in my cubicle. (yeah coworkers, my excel tabs are my everyday joy)

  • Guest

    Why are they wasting their witchcraft on smeggetti, use it for something better like making a bacon castle or somethin.

  • Mark Magness

    The fact the pasta is brick shaped before it hits the water does not inspire a feeling of "mmm, looks tasty"

    http://entirelyopinionated.com

  • jimmy

    now we need 8-second sauce...

  • Jacob Abercrombie

    Precooked chunk o noodles. Nothing to see here, move along.

  • droomonsta

    Yeah welcome to 1998 y'all

  • Looks like they were pre-cooked noodles, or just frozen.

  • Danja

    You guessed it, precooked spaghetti! Heat and eat.

  • Helbert Pina

    Sir, that is classy writing. And that's exactly why I keep coming back! ;)

  • n_a_a_s

    I was also going to comment on GWs wit, totally agree!

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