3D Printed Rainbow Hummus Is Here, Doesn’t Need to Justify Itself to You
To quote Victoria McNally, "That is literally a Drunk Uncle joke."
Instructables member 3DigitalCooks uses icing colors and a Pinya2 (a 3d printer designed to work with liquids) to craft mazes, teeny-tiny buildings and beautiful, Lisa Frank-esque designs out of hummus. Why? I don’t know, dude, why is the sky blue? Why do we wake up every morning? What if God was one of us? Accept that we can probably build a city out of hummus in 2015 but we don’t have flying cars yet and move on with your life.
Besides, hummus is, objectively, the world’s greatest spreadable. Let’s just welcome our garbanzo overlords.