Questionable Edible Spray Paint


October 28, 2011 by thisisemilypaul

Ever looked down at a meal and wished it was all glazed in gold? Wish no more! The Dutch company Esslack has finally made edible spray paint and it comes in four fantastic metallic  hues.  Personally I’m surprised us Americans didn’t beat them to the punch; painting your food gold seems like such an American thing to do. Anyway, since I find this product sickening here’s the companies’ sales pitch:

“Fine silver cutlery, gold-plated cups – there are some things in life you just can’t see enough of. As of now, the same applies to a good steak. With Food Finish, the most stylish way to refine your culinary creations. Food Finish is as easy to use as the result is beautiful: off with the lid and on with the spray. Ready! Food Finish chrome-plates and gold-coats everything and anything in the kitchen that fits under its spray nozzle. It is completely harmless and tasteless to eat.”


Gold: ethanol, flavor,  E942a, E943b, E944, E555, E171.
Silver: ethanol, flavor, E942a, E943b, E944, E555, E171, E172.
Red: ethanol, flavor, E943a, E943b, E944, E555.
Blue: ethanol, flavor, E943a, E943b, E944, E555, E171, E133.

What no red lake #40? If you really want to paint your Thanksgiving turkey gold or your fried eggs blue, a website is right here for your convenience.

One thought on “Questionable Edible Spray Paint

  1. namedropper says:

    I would eat this all day!!!!

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