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Gordon Ramsay has shared a video of him reacting to someone's bizarre TikTok post after they showed themselves washing the 'unhealthy' flavouring off crisps in the shower, saying they've 'lost the plot'.
The video was stitched from an account called @flavduma, who regularly shares spoof content, crediting another user called @di1lward for the audio.
In the footage, we see the person taking a tube of Crab flavour Pringles to the shower, before placing them into the stream of water.
The voice says: "The flavouring is so unhealthy, so what I do is rinse them under water, place them in the dehydrator for about 40--"
Suddenly the clip is cut off by Ramsay exclaiming: "OH NO!"
He continues: "What the hell are you doing?
"Taking your chips to the shower? You've lost the plot, woman!"
I'll be honest, I'm still thinking about CRAB flavour Pringles?!
Washing food to make it 'healthier' has become a bit of a strange online trend - both sincerely, and as parody.
Earlier this year, someone shared a video of themselves running a Kit Kat bar under the tap.
The user, @jlefox92, uses the audio from an earlier clip of another woman washing the chocolate of Mikado sticks - explaining that she finds the treat 'way too sweet' so she likes to rinse all the chocolate off under the tap.
The voiceover in the clip says: "My boyfriend gave me these as a present.
"But the chocolate on them is way too sweet.
"So I wash it under hot water and you have a way healthier, delicious alternative."
I know, it's a sad sight.
Another TikToker called Emily Harper (@eemilydharperr) also recently shared an unusual 'kitchen tip', posting a video of herself rinsing minced meat under the tap to remove some of the grease.
She said: "Let me show you what I learned in Nutrition a couple years ago."
In the clip, she puts ground beef into a frying pan and breaks it up with a spatula and leaving it to cook.
"All this grease is disgusting," Harper says as the beef browns, moving it around in the pain to show the fatty liquid surrounding the meat.
"So get rid of it!"
Harper then pours the mince into a sieve in the sink, before running it under the tap to rinse it.
Shaking off the excess water, she then pours the beef mince back into the original pan, saying: "Look at the difference!"
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Gordon Ramsay
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