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Stop-motion meals made with unusual ingredients

Bubble wrap and glasses boil like water. A red card and a whistle flavor the recipe. Created from 1,546 photos, this Dishes of Adidas stop motion animation uses soccer equipment to cook up a synthetic leather noodle dinner. The video was created by Omozoc, who creates stop motion cooking videos with unusual ingredients.

cutting up a soccer ball
soccer noodles
In the animation below, these plastic cooking utencils transform into a lunch salad across 2,136 photos. It’s completed with bell pepper peelers, spatula olives, and melted squeeze bottle dressing:

plastic salad

And baseball equipment, including a glove, a bat, a baseball cap, and an official Rawlings baseball. Strange Hot Dog was made with 1,758 photos:

baseball stop motion

Next: Submarine Sandwich & Western Spaghetti by PES.

Plus, watch LEGO In Real Life: Making toast and eggs in stop motion and go inside fruits and vegetables with stop motion.

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