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Pizzaghetti Sloche: Slurp Your Pizza and Drink Your Spaghetti

by Hazel Chua
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Pizza and spaghetti are probably two of the most popular junk food items that people both young and old enjoy. They’re not the healthiest things on the menu, but if you’re just looking for a quick bite to eat, then what’s quicker or easier to pick up than pizza or pasta?

It’s about to get even quicker albeit colder with Canadian convenience store chain Couche-Tard’s new offerings: Pizzaghetti Sloche, aka pizza and spaghetti slushies.

Pizzaghetti

If you barfed a little in your mouth at the thought of that, then you’re not alone. I honestly love pizza and spaghetti – the kind that you chew and swallow, not the kind you slurp – so I’m not sure what Couche-Tard was thinking with their newest slushy treat.

As you can see, each flavor has a different slush serve machine. The pizza sloche is on the left, while the spaghetti sloche is on the right. Taste them separately, mix both together…the choice is yours.

Not everything is as it seems though. Comments left by Redditors who had access to a Pizzaghetti sloche machine claim that the pizza slush tastes like strawberry, while the spaghetti slush tastes like lemon.

Does that bit make you more keen to try it… or did it leave you a bit disappointed?

[via FoodBeast]

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