YUMMY: Jellyfish turned into glow in the dark dessert
A British inventor recently came out with the most creative idea for how to use jellyfish in recipes. He persuaded a Chinese scientist to create a process to synthesize the luminescence protein from jellyfish. When this protein is made into ice cream, the heat from the tongue makes it glow when you lick it. The more it is licked, the more it glows. I can definitely see it becoming a great Valentine Day's dessert after a romantic meal!
The inventor, Charlie Francis, didn't say whether he will make 31 flavors of the jellyfish ice cream or not. For now, all we know is that one scoop of the glow-in-the-dark ice cream will set you back about 140 British pounds. That's almost $225 in US dollars! Talk about a way to impress your date!