by Samantha Dupler
When you hear the phrase "glowing food," we don't really blame you if your immediate word association is something like "unnatural," "radioactive," or "literally, a plate full of chemicals." After all, a dish of phosphorescent penne alla vodka that was cooked up in the kitchen of a nuclear power plant doesn't sound too appealing to anyone.
That's why we're talking about natural, average and totally unremarkable foods: that is, until you switch a black light on. Some of these glowing groceries might even be in your fridge right now.
Check out the slideshow above to learn which foods can glow in the dark.
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