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10 Foods You Have Been Eating Wrong!

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Have you tried eating chips with chopsticks? Simply put, weird and mind blowing ways of eating these foods that will make it look funny, until you put it in your mouth.1

1. Grilled Cheese

1-Grilled-Cheese

Spread some grape jelly on top of your grilled cheese. Hold it like pizza to save it from getting messy. Sounds weird? Let us know if you don’t get hooked to this.

2. Gummy Bears

2-Gummy-Bears

Freeze your gummy bears to make them hard. Suck on them until they get warmer and become chewy, letting you to enjoy every bit of its flavor.

3. Cheetos

3-Cheetos

Any kind of Cheetos can be eaten with a pair of chopsticks to avoid orange fingers which you often lick clean.

4. Doughnuts With Icing

4-Doughnuts

Bite the doughnut with the icing facing upside down. This way, your taste buds will come into contact with it first.

5. French Fries

5-French-Fries

Instead salting and peppering your fries, drizzle some ketchup on them first, and then season them. You can add different spices to them for a variety of fries.

6. Cereal

6-Cereal

Don’t stick to just one, combine different types of cereal within a category for a new flavor.

7. Mozzarella Sticks

7-Mozzarella-Sticks

Break open your mozzarella stick and peel off the breading. Eat them separately to enjoy them.

8. Hot Pockets

8-Hot-Pockets

The only way to eat them is with a knife and fork to keep them intact in your mouth.

9. Ice Cream

9-Ice-Cream

The best way to eat an ice cream, flip your spoon when you eat it. Trust us.

10. Pizza

10-Pizza

Put two slices together with the cheese in the middle for a pizza sandwich.

Thank us later.

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CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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