How to make food that glows bright green in UV light

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These fluorescent glowing rice balls may not look the most appetising, but nobody will be able to accuse you of bringing a boring dish to the party.

With some creativity and basic science knowledge, Japanese Twitter user @unatra has posted pictures of rice balls he made at home that glow bright green under black light, or UV light.

The fourth-year university student made the strange-looking concoction by throwing vitamin B2 pills, tonic water and green food colouring in the water used to boil the rice.

una’s キッチン始まるよ!
今日の料理は『蛍光おにぎり』 pic.twitter.com/zjUYtZBDYH

— unatra (@unatra) November 18, 2016 Read more…

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