Season Your Meal With Salt Made From Human Tears

Season Your Meal With Salt Made From Human Tears
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A line of salt said to be collected from crying humans experiencing a range of emotions have gone on sale in London.

Kyana Gordon
  • 30 may 2012

Feeling sad? Well there’s a seasoning that can be coupled with your emotions. Sold by Hoxton Street Monster Supplies in London, ‘Salt Made From Tears’ is a new collection developed from a novel technique – tears extracted from humans suffering in various emotional states and physical conditions. From tears of sorrow to the watery stream made by laughing, each salt has a distinctly different taste. A brief description reads:

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