Glow-In-The-Dark Ice Cream Harnesses The Power Of Jellyfish

Glow-In-The-Dark Ice Cream Harnesses The Power Of Jellyfish

Fluorescent protein is infused into sweet dairy treats to create a new eating experience.

Ross Brooks
  • 5 november 2013

Ingesting any part of a jellyfish would normally be a bad idea, unless of course it happens to be the key ingredient in an all-new type of glow-in-the-dark ice cream. British ice cream creator Charlie Francis has gone to a lot of effort to chemically recreate the fluorescent jellyfish protein that give this ice cream its unique nocturnal appearance, which might also explain why it costs $225 a scoop.

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