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This Record Is Made out of an Uncooked Flour Tortilla, Really Plays

 |  |  |  July 8, 2015

Who knew that tortillas were so versatile? Not only can they wrap food, but it turns out that they can act as a record and play music if you use a laser cutter to etch grooves into its floury surface. We have video proof here. Vinyl is dead. Long live the flour tortilla.

We have YouTube user Rapture Records to thank for this craziness. This guy better clean the needle on that record player. I have a feeling it is pretty clogged right about now.  Tortillas really are the most versatile food product that we have. What else can we use them for?

Too bad tortilla records would be crazy expensive. They cost too much dough.

[via Tastefully Offensive via Neatorama]