Meghan Keane, PRK Guest Contributor
Cutting into a fruit or vegetable is predictable. Every apple has the same seeds in the same places, nothing surprising. But the blog “Inside insides” is taking a surprising look at produce in a completely different way: through the lens of an MRI scan. You’re probably thinking…what? what? But just take a look at the celery above.
Well, here are more details about that Pink Lady apple in your lunch bag. These magnetic resonance images show fruit and vegetables blossoming on repeat, making the average stalk of broccoli seem suddenly mysterious.
The watermelon image is particularly captivating, with its seeds growing out of curly cue vines and blinking like little grey and white Christmas lights.
The hypnotizing image gives you a whole new (and perhaps slightly more compassionate) way to look at your food when you’re chopping and dicing.