Why Are People Paying To Eat A Dog Doo-Doo Dessert?
From her tiny kitchen in her Bangkok home, Wilaiwan Mee-Nguen casually squeezes out a stomach-turning dessert in the shape and colour of pooch poop. “It’s strange but people like it!” she says. The squiggly stool-shaped sweet is made of gelatine, coconut milk, and food colouring, and Wilaiwan sells 1,000 of them a month for less than US$1 a piece. She expects business to pop now that she’s on TV. Watch her making-of video!
Wilaiwan is mighty proud of her ‘turd’ jelly.