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Flying Spaghetti Monster Colander Perfect for Pastafarians

by Paul Strauss
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When it comes to making pasta, there are few things I dislike more than watery tomato sauce. The trick is to make sure your noodles are properly strained to get out all the excess water before you mix them with your red gravy. If your old pasta strainer is clogged up, or just plain boring, it’s time to upgrade. This Spaghetti Monster colander should do the trick nicely.

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Designed by Lior Rokah Kor of housewares shop OTOTO, this colander turns your bowl of spaghetti into a flying spaghetti monster – like the one worshipped by the Pastafarians – members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a lighthearted religion (partially) explained in the video below:

Whether or not you convert to Pastafarianism, anyone can enjoy their spaghetti in this wonderful noodle strainer. It’s available for pre-order now for $18(USD), and starts shipping this September.

[via Laughing Squid]

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