If you’re a mayo fan, this might just be the best thing since sliced bread. If you’re not, well, this might be one of the nastiest things you’ll see today.
Social media has lit up with praise and disgust after Japanese food company Bourbon announced that they will be selling slices of mayonnaise.
The company says that they are starting to sell their sliced mayo in two different and distinct flavors: tuna and cod roe.
Slices of flavored mayo will available for sale in Japan starting in March as part of their “easy cooking” series meant to decrease cooking times and promote mental and physical health, Bourbon says.
A four-pack of the individually wrapped mayo slices will sell for $1.80.
Sliced mayo. So it IS the end of days…. https://t.co/KgtwCpC7F0
— joncelli (@joncelli) February 22, 2020
i would like to eat one (1) slice of spicy mayo, pleasehttps://t.co/5BYivpWGCM
— Tim Marcin (@TimMarcin) February 21, 2020
We have now entered The Age of Mayonnaise Slices, as was foretold by my Japanese ancestors.
— Chris Paukert (@CPAutoScribe) February 23, 2020
The future is here and it’s fantastic https://t.co/lxK2UJN3PM
— Jon Jones (@jon__jones) February 24, 2020
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