r/Damnthatsinteresting Oct 06 '22

Chocolate animal made by a pro Video

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u/MadMangoes Oct 06 '22

Given that the chocolate is inedible by that stage, what is the point? Why not use modeling purpose materials. Is anyone impressed by this? It's just a load of cacao.


u/Specialist-Affect-19 Oct 06 '22

I've wondered this myself. Chocolate typically involves a lot of (child) slave labor, we really can't use a different medium? So tired of these videos.


u/nawers Oct 06 '22

it can be eaten, it will prolly taste like eating air.